Nuketown was represented for the first time in Call of Duty Black Ops. For Black Ops 2, the map was renamed Nuketown 2025. For Black Ops 3, the card has been overhauled again. Now the question arises… will Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Nuketown be taking place? Throughout the Black Ops series Nuketown has been a huge success and extremely popular. We believe that whether this map gets added into Call of Duty 2018 (Black Ops 4) as limited timed playlist, future DLC map, or something different it’ll undoubtedly be a great addition to the game.
Why is Nuketown so popular?
Nuketown is one of the smallest cards in the history of multiplayer, along with Shipment, Dome, Rust and Hijacked. It is based on a typical American suburb in which the effects of a nuclear encirclement are simulated. It is really well built, mannequins can be found, and partly houses and vehicles. At the end of each round on Nuketown, a bomb goes up in the background while the scoreboard shows.
For the most part, the map is symmetrical. There are two two-storey houses with a garage, a backyard and in the middle there is some space for vehicles. Each team spawns in the garden of a house. The player can decide if he has a house or an apartment, but the apartment has a view of the center and the other house hat. The chaotic action takes place in the middle, the view is perfect for a submachine gun or an assault rifle.
The upper floor is the perfect spot for snipers or players to keep away from the hustle and bustle. Three ways get you in; there are two staircases, at the far end of the house and on the ground floor, outside the house a plant lattice that you can climb up. The latter is very risky, since enemy fire is completely set.
How did the Release share from previous Black Ops?
Nuketown was first seen in the original Black Ops from 2010 and then again in Black Ops II. Nuketown 2025 is available to anyone who pre-ordered the game, purchased a first copy on the day of the release, or purchased the special edition. The map is a remake of Nuketown, a map that first appeared in Call of Duty Black Ops. Although they still specialize in the fight in a confined space, but the design for the map has been designed futuristic. On November 19th, 2012, the special Nuketown playlist was removed from the game and replaced with the “Chaos Moshpit” list, where you play fast game modes on the tiniest maps, the Nuketown playlist now appears every time a double is played XP weekend is pending.
The map also appeared in Black Ops Declassified as Nukehouse. The Nuketown version for Black Ops III is far more colorful and futuristic-looking than any previous iteration. That’s in part because it takes place in Black Ops III’s 2065 setting.
In Black ops 3 it was similar to anyone who had pre-ordered for nuketown access and was later offered completely free.
Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Nuketown
Considering Call of Duty Black Ops 4 has only just been revealed it may still be early days to be taking about potential maps in the game. Although, when taking into consideration that this map has featured in every single Black Ops title, it’s fair to say that if any map will be returning it’ll be this one. There are many ways Treyarch could have a Black Ops 4 Nuketown map, for example they could include it as 24/7 playlist, limited time playlist, DLC Map, or a pre-order bonus. Whatever way this map gets added to the game, we completely believe that it’d be an excellent feature to the upcoming game and we are certainly sure the fans will agree.
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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be released October 12 for PC, Xbox One and PS4 and the Communtiy Reval event starting on May 17.
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