Call of Duty: Black Ops Nuketown is Recreated and Playable in Lego Worlds (VIDEO)
The Call of Duty franchise is and continues to be a juggernaut in the gaming industry, despite its controversial reception. A large part of the long-lasting relevance can be chalked up to developer Treyarch’s strong emphasis on creating an addictive multiplayer experience. The series’ most-played map, Nuketown, has garnered a large amount of love since it debuted in Call of Duty: Black Ops, making a reappearance in all of the released sequels. Recently, one dedicated artist brought Nuketown into the sandbox creation game Lego Worlds where thrilling death matches ensue where the bricks of childhood are used. Check it out in the video below:
Everything from the home interiors, backyards, and the instantly recognizable yellow bus are present in Nuketown’s blocky recreation. What makes the fun infinitely more enjoyable is Lego Worlds‘ ability to run the map in the first-person shooter mode it was meant to be played in. Unfortunately, the game doesn’t feature any way to upload creations for all to no-scope as of yet, but happy builders can alternatively try to recreate the map for themselves, however long that may take.
Artist Bear Parker has been in the level recreation game for a bit now with an entire YouTube channel dedicated to the hobby. Just last week, the creator attempted to the classic PlayStation game Metal Gear Solid into the great Lego realm that resulted in something truly amazing. Lego Worlds is available now for the Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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