Treyarch has officially released the Nuketown map in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for free on PlayStation 4, with release on Xbox One and PC to follow one week later. The map is available on PS4 with the latest patch update.

Nuketown is available to play in multiplayer, making the total number of maps available in MP 15.

Here’s some new screenshots of the map from Activision:

Treyarch announced that Nuketown was returning back in June during a pre-E3 live stream, stating it would go live in game in November. Right before Black Ops 4’s launch, Treyarch dropped a teaser image for the map, showcasing that it was re-imagined in Russia with a snow theme.

Activision confirmed prior to launch that all new content for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is playable first on PS4 before other platforms. Xbox One and PC players can get the Nuketown map one week later on November 20.

It’s not clear if Activision plans to release more free maps for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. There’s 12 more maps coming to Black Ops 4 with the Black Ops Pass. Release dates or schedule for those have not been announced as of now.