Nuketown, the most popular multiplayer map in Call of Duty: Black Ops, is being reimagined for the hotly anticipated release of Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II, published by Activision. The Nuketown 2025 multiplayer map will be available with launch units of Call of Duty: Black Ops II. Anyone who pre-orders the game at participating retailers worldwide will get their copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops II at launch, which will include the Nuketown 2025 downloadable bonus map.
Mark Lamia, Studio Head of Treyarch said:
“Multiplayer fans of Call of Duty: Black Ops LOVE Nuketown. Flat out, Nuketown was a blast to play before, and we’re excited about the reimagined Nuketown 2025 in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. We can’t wait to play with everyone come this November.”
On November 13th, Activision and Treyarch will deploy the sequel to the universally acclaimed Call of Duty: Black Ops , which set the record for the biggest entertainment launch in history following its release in 2010. Call of Duty: Black Ops II will do its best to catapult players forward into an epic near-future warzone rooted in today’s headlines.
According to its press release, the title represents an unprecedented leap for the franchise, delivering a groundbreaking single-player campaign with branching storylines, advanced weaponry, new graphics technology, a deep multiplayer experience featuring a greater emphasis on eSports and match customization, and the most expansive Zombies action yet, now running on the multiplayer engine.
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