What would Black Ops be without a Nuketown map? The guys from Treyarch are also well aware of this, and are preparing to introduce the Nuketown ’84 map for free in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, the latest chapter in the freshly released series.
Nuketown ’84 will not be publicly accessible until Tuesday 24 November, yet one player managed to exploit a glitch to play a custom game within the new map. Not satisfied with his discovery, he also started wandering among his courtyards and houses discovering that hides a curious Easter egg, obviously 80’s themed. To unlock it, you have to shoot all the mannequins on the map: once done, an Outrun-style synthwave graphic filter is activated, in which everything is depicted in blue and purple tones, and themed background music. See for yourself in the clip attached at the bottom of this news.
To celebrate the arrival of the Nuketown ’84 map, Treyarch has also released the new one bundle armi Nuketown, a 10-item pack with a shotgun blueprint, six weapon lucky charms, and more. The bundle is separate from the map and is paid, but as a form of thanks it was given to all players who logged into the game in the period from November 13 to 09:00 on Friday November 20. Furthermore, The Nuketown Weapons Bundle is also included with all Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War purchases made before 11:00 am on Thursday 4th December, as a Black Friday offer. From December 10, these items will also be available for use in Call of Duty Warzone at the launch of the first season.