Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Is Bringing Back Nuketown With A Twist (VIDEO)

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It’s already been a week since Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War launched and players are having a heyday of fun getting acquainted with the new story campaign and having a blast in multiplayer. As with all previous iterations of the long-standing first-person shooter series, Treyarch is just getting started with the content and starting next week, the studio is bringing back a fan-favorite map with a twist – Nuketown ’84. Check out the trailer below to get a feel for the map’s layout:

On November 24th, Nuketown ’84 is coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War for another iteration of the intense, close-quarter combat that the community knows and loves. It features a slightly different aesthetic though.

With the holidays coming up, the team isn’t stopping short with the addition of Nuketown ’84. They’re bringing a collection of new maps for season one on December 10th too. That’s on top of all the content that’s already been available since launch.

For those who want to celebrate all things Nuketown related, Treyarch revealed a weapon bundle for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The best part? It won’t cost you a penny more. Any and all players who have been enjoying the game since launch to 10:00 AM (PST) on November 20th will automatically receive their bundle in-game by November 20th. Those who purchase a copy of  the base game from now until December 4th will get a Nuketown weapon bundle for free. Just make sure to log in by December 4th to get yours!

The Nuketown weapon pack is a 10-item bundle with the following:

  • Last Stop epic shotgun blueprint
  • Six weapon charms – Chad, Thad, Vlad, Karen, Sharon, Bobbi McDaren
  • Test Subjects sticker
  • Nuketown Legend emblem
  • Omnibus calling card

Of course, it isn’t a launch week without patch notes. To see everything Treyarch is doing to improve stability and make the game more enjoyable overall – check the post here.

“Game stability and player experience are our top priorities at launch, and we’ve been working with our partners at PlayStation and Xbox to track and squash bugs and crashes across the board,” Treyarch mentioned in the blog post. “Since launch, we’ve added several gameplay improvements and fixes for key issues in Multiplayer and Zombies, implemented weapon and Scorestreak tuning, made various stability fixes across all modes, and much more – see below for the full list.”

It sounds like Treyarch wants to make sure Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War sets off on the right foot right out of the gate.

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