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Patch Update 1.18 for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 now live – Days of Summer, Community Challenge, And More

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The latest patch update for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is starting to roll out on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with PC to follow. The patch is version 1.18 and is 11.8GB on PS4 and 12GB on Xbox One.

This new patch update brings the Days of Summer seasonal event, part of Operation Spectre Rising, to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on PlayStation 4.

Check out more details on Days of Summer here.

From Treyarch:

Summer is Here!

Our Days of Summer seasonal game update is live today on PS4, delivering new content across Multiplayer, Blackout, and Zombies in the second half of Operation Spectre RisingClick here to watch the trailer, and let’s get into what’s new:MULTIPLAYER: Free Grind Map, Capture the Flag, New Weapons, Gameplay Tuning, League Play Update + More

Everyone’s favorite Black Ops 2 skatepark is back, and it’s free for all players! We’re excited to announce Grind is now available in rotation today in Multiplayer on PS4, and it’s just like you remember.

Capture the Flag launches today as our newest Featured Playlist on PS4! It’s classic CTF gameplay: grab your opponent’s flag, run it back to your base, protect your own flag at the spawn and get the capture. First team to capture three times or get the most captures wins the round, and the first team to win two rounds takes the match. Time to set up your best Lightweight loadout and hit the ground running.

Today’s update also brings a treasure trove of new and classic weapons for MP, with a Weapon Bribe at Tier 25 in the Contraband stream, the new Vendetta sniper rifle at Tier 50, and the S6 Stingray tactical rifle, Peacekeeper assault rifle, Locus bolt-action sniper rifle, and Ballistic Knife now available in the Black Market and unlockable through the Weapon Bribe.

We’ve also made some gameplay tuning changes to Spectre, Nomad, and Ajax in today’s update, as well as additional weapon tuning, an update to the SG-12 Strobe Light, and new restrictions in Bolt-Action Barebones. And in League Play, we’ve reinstated escalating temporary bans for players who leave mid-match to ensure fuller matches long-term, and made additional visual improvements to the overall World League Hub interface. Get all the specifics in the patch notes below.BLACKOUT: Summer Map Updates, Post-Flood Map, Ground War, Attack Helicopter, Hawk + More

Summer has arrived in Blackout! Days of Summer brings new summer lighting and foliage to the main map, along with new hidden Coolers containing Paint Can rewards, throwable Water Balloons, and seasonal decorations throughout the map including BBQ-themed parties, balloons, yard flamingos, flags, and pool floats.

Now that the flood is over, players will see changes all across the map: the floodwater has receded, Hydro Dam is under reconstruction, Factory is being repaired, Cargo Docks has been restored with new layout changes, and Hijacked has set sail for the cove at Nuketown Island.

Ground War makes its debut today with large-scale 50 vs. 50 warfare in Blackout! Drop in along your team’s flightpath or get behind enemy lines early on, and eliminate the opposing team to secure the win. More loot than usual will spawn throughout the map, ammo drops are doubled, and “Down But Not Out”-style redeploys are enabled to help keep the action going until the final circle. We’ve also disabled friendly fire in Ground War, and players can revive any downed players in their team, not just those in their immediate squad. Get out there and let us know what you think of the biggest battle ever in Call of Duty history.

Also live today in Blackout on PS4: take a ride in the new Attack Helicopter with two mounted heavy turrets, and deploy the Hawk to scout for enemies throughout the map. We’ve also added the new Coward’s Way Out feature in redeploy modes, allowing players to hold the USE button to reduce the time spent in the downed state. This can be used tactically to queue up in time for the next redeploy, or to simply get on with it if your friends can’t revive you in time.

Finally, while Ground War kicks off today on PS4, we’re bringing Ambush Solo to Xbox One and PC this week featuring solo play with snipers, knives, and launchers only – just like old-school Ambush. Enjoy!ZOMBIES: Labours of Hercules Gauntlet, New Weapons, Fan-Favorite Elixirs, New Mastercraft & MK II Weapon Support, Gauntlet Leaderboards + More

Zombies fans get plenty to sink their teeth into this week with a brand new Gauntlet, four new Epic Elixirs, new weapons, Gauntlet Leaderboards, new Mastercraft and MKII Weapon support, gameplay improvements, and more!

First up, the new Labours of Hercules Gauntlet is now live in “Ancient Evil” on PS4, featuring 30 new challenges to take on with your squad. Players on all platforms can also now track their standings against their friends and others in our new Gauntlet Leaderboards, tracking your Highest Round, Best Gold, Best Silver, Best Bronze, and Kills across all Gauntlets.

Next up, four fan-favorites arrive as Epic Elixirs in the Laboratory on PS4: Perkaholic, Near Death Experience, Reign Drops, and Shopping Free. In Black Ops 4 Zombies, Perkaholic gives the player all Loadout Perks plus six random extra Perks upon activation for a hell of an edge against the undead. With Perkaholic now in the mix, we’ve reduced the rarity of Perk Up from Epic to Legendary. Check the patch notes below for the specifics on each of the new Elixirs.

With today’s update, we’ve added support for new weapons and Mastercrafts in Zombies on PS4, including the S6 Stingray, Peacekeeper, Vendetta, Locus, and Ballistic Knife, as well as the latest MKII Weapons on all platforms, including the Rampage, Switchblade X9, Vapr-XKG, and Spitfire. We’ve also made gameplay improvements and implemented new bug fixes in “Ancient Evil” and “Dead of the Night” for a smoother zombie-slaying experience.

The team is currently hard at work on even more content for the remainder of Operation Spectre Rising – including the launch of Hard Mode Gauntlets and increased in-game rewards for Zombies players – as we prepare for our return to the Aether story in our next Operation in July. We can’t wait to share more details soon on where the Zombies saga is headed in DLC 3… stay tuned.

New Community Challenge

We’re excited to introduce our new Community Challenge in today’s update on PS4, allowing all players to do their part to earn a collective reward for the Black Ops 4 community. The Community Challenge will reward players with the fully-customizable Grav assault rifle in Multiplayer after the community has completed a total of 15 million public matches.

The Community Challenge has automatically activated for all players on PS4 as of 10AM PT today, and Blackout and Zombies players can also now customize the Grav assault rifle with full attachments in the Armory on PS4.

Contracts are Coming!

With our next major update in late June, we’re launching Contracts in Black Ops 4 to give players new ways to earn additional in-game rewards. We’ve heard your requests for more rewards through gameplay, and we’re designing Black Ops 4’s Contracts system to provide new benefits for playing your way. Stay tuned for more details next week as we get closer to launch.

Here’s what’s new since our last update:

Multiplayer

  • Free Grind map (PS4).
  • Capture the Flag (PS4).
  • Support added for new weapons: Grav, Peacekeeper, Vendetta, Locus, S6 Stingray, and Ballistic Knife (PS4).
  • Gameplay tuning for weapons and Specialists.
  • Launchers and Equipment now restricted in Bolt-Action Barebones.
  • Featured Playlists updated on all platforms.

Blackout

  • Summer map updates and post-flood map update (PS4).
  • Ground War limited-time mode (PS4).
  • Attack Helicopter added (PS4).
  • Hawk now available (PS4).
  • Support added for Grav assault rifle attachments. (PS4)
  • Coward’s Way Out feature added (PS4).
  • Featured Playlists updated on all platforms.

Zombies

  • “Labours of Hercules” Gauntlet (PS4).
  • New Epic Elixirs available in the Laboratory: Perkaholic, Near Death Experience, Reign Drops, and Shopping Free (PS4).
  • Support added for S6 Stingray, Peacekeeper, Vendetta, Locus, and Ballistic Knife (PS4).
  • Support added for Grav assault rifle attachments (PS4).
  • Support added for new Mastercrafts (PS4).
  • Support added for new MKII Weapons.
  • Gauntlet Leaderboards added on all platforms.
  • “Perk Up” rarity changed from Epic to Legendary.
  • Various gameplay improvements and bug fixes.

World League Hub

  • Reinstated escalating temporary bans for players who leave League Play matches.

Global

  • Community Challenge now live to unlock the Grav assault rifle (PS4).
  • Weapon Bribe now earnable at Tier 25 in Contraband (PS4).
  • Vendetta sniper rifle now earnable at Tier 50 in Contraband (PS4).
  • S6 Stingray, Locus, Peacekeeper, and Ballistic Knife now available in the Black Market and unlockable through the Weapon Bribe (PS4).
  • New MKII Weapons, Weapon Camos, Outfits, Weapon Charms, Death Effects, Jump Packs, Gestures, and more now available in the Black Market.

The following updates are available first on PS4, with other platforms to follow:

MULTIPLAYER

  • Free Map
    • Grind
      • The classic Black Ops 2 skatepark map is now in rotation, free for all players.
  • Game Modes
    • Capture the Flag
      • Capture the Flag now live as Featured Playlist on PS4.
      • First team to capture 3 flags in a round, or the team that has the most captures at the end of a round, wins the round.
      • First team to win 2 rounds wins the match.
      • In Overtime, the first team to capture the enemy’s flag will set the time to beat, and sides will switch. The opposing team must capture the flag faster to win.
  • New Weapons
    • Multiplayer support added for new weapons available in the Black Market:
      • Grav assault rifle
      • Peacekeeper assault rifle
      • Vendetta sniper rifle
      • Locus sniper rifle
      • S6 Stingray tactical rifle
      • Ballistic Knife special weapon

BLACKOUT

  • Summer Map Updates
    • New summer foliage and lighting added to main map.
    • Coolers added throughout the map containing Paint Can bundle rewards.
    • Throwable Water Balloons added throughout the map.
    • BBQ-themed parties, balloons, yard flamingos, flags, and pool floats added to various locations throughout the map.
  • Post-Flood Map Updates
    • Flood water has receded.
    • Hydro Dam now under reconstruction.
    • Factory now under repair.
    • Cargo Docks now restored with new layout changes.
    • Hijacked relocated to Nuketown Island cove.
  • Game Modes
    • Ground War
      • Massive battle with two teams of up to 50 players on each side.
      • Each team has an opposing flight path. Choose to jump with your team, or try to get behind enemy lines early on.
      • Each match starts with a collapsed play space to get into the action faster.
      • More loot spawns throughout the map and ammo drops are doubled.
      • “Down But Not Out” redeploys enabled.
      • Escalating redeploy loadouts enabled.
      • Players can revive downed players in their squad and teammates not in their immediate squad.
      • Friendly fire disabled.
  • Vehicles
    • Attack Helicopter
      • Helicopter equipped with two heavy turrets designed for combat added to the main map.
  • Equipment
    • Hawk
      • Outrider’s Hawk now available to scout for enemies. Cannot be parked in mid-air.
  • Weapons
    • Support added for Grav assault rifle attachments.
  • Coward’s Way Out
    • Players can now you can hold the USE button to reduce the time spent downed in redeploy modes.

ZOMBIES

  • Gauntlets
    • “Labours of Hercules” Gauntlet
      • New Gauntlet now available for “Ancient Evil” featuring 30 unique challenges.
  • New Elixirs
    • Perkaholic
      • Receive all Loadout Perks and six random extra Perks that are not in your loadout. Cannot stack with itself.
      • Activates immediately.
    • Near Death Experience
      • Revive or be revived, simply by being near other players. Revived players keep all Loadout Perks after being revived.
      • Activates immediately (lasts 10 minutes or 5 revives).
    • Reign Drops
      • Spawns one of each of the nine core power-ups.
      • Instant activation.
    • Shopping Free
      • All purchases are free.
      • Activates immediately (lasts 1 minute).
  • Weapons
    • Support added for S6 Stingray, Peacekeeper, Vendetta, Locus, and Ballistic Knife.
    • Support added for Grav assault rifle attachments.
    • Support added for new Mastercraft weapons.

GLOBAL

  • Community Challenge
    • Grav assault rifle available to all players after the Community Challenge of completing 15 million public matches has been achieved.
  • Black Market
    • Weapon Bribe now earnable at Tier 25 in Contraband.
    • Vendetta sniper rifle now earnable at Tier 50 in Contraband.
    • S6 Stingray, Locus, Peacekeeper, and Ballistic Knife now available in the Black Market and unlockable through the Weapon Bribe at Tier 25 in Contraband.
    • New MKII Weapons, Weapon Camos, Outfits, Weapon Charms, Death Effects, Jump Packs, Gestures, and more now available in the Black Market.

MULTIPLAYER

  • Weapon Tuning
    • Increased starting ammo capacity from 3 magazines to 4 for MX9, GKS, Cordite, and Saug 9mm.
    • Increased bullet penetration through player characters for assault rifles, SMGs, tactical rifles, and pistols.
    • SG-12 Strobe Light Operator Mod no longer affects aim-assist for players with Tactical Mask equipped.
  • Specialists
    • Spectre
      • Increased Shadow Blade cooldown.
      • Improved Shadow Blade attack camera rotation against enemies behind the player.
      • Shadow Blade can now be destroyed by Trophy System.
  • Nomad
    • Lowered K9-Unit health.
  • Ajax
    • 9-Banging an enemy with Tactical Mask equipped no longer earns the “Flashed Enemy” score event.
  • Game Modes
    • Bolt-Action Barebones
      • Launchers and Equipment are now restricted (as of April 30th).
  • Featured Playlists
    • PS4 (June 4-7)
      • Capture the Flag
      • Bolt-Action Barebones (updated rules)
      • Barebones Deathmatch Moshpit
      • Prop Hunt
      • Infected
    • Xbox One (June 4-11)
      • Bolt-Action Barebones
      • Prop Hunt
      • Infected
      • Barebones Deathmatch Moshpit
      • Endurance Moshpit

BLACKOUT

  • Game Modes
    • Ambush Solo
      • Snipers, Bowie Knife, and Launchers only
      • SDM removed
      • Concussion and Cluster Grenades removed
      • ATV and ARAV removed
      • Increased time for final collapse
  • Map Improvements
    • Various bug fixes and improvements across the main Blackout map.
  • Featured Playlists (June 4-11)
    • PS4
      • Ground War
      • Solo
      • Duos
      • Quads
    • Xbox One
      • Ambush Solo
      • Hot Pursuit
      • Solo
      • Duos
      • Quads

ZOMBIES

  • Gauntlet Leaderboards
    • Players can now track their Gauntlet standings against friends and manually-added players in Gauntlet Leaderboards.
    • Stats tracked include:
      • Highest Round
      • Best Gold
      • Best Silver
      • Best Bronze
      • Kills
  • Weapons
    • Support added for new MKII Weapons: Rampage, Switchblade X9, Vapr-XKG, and Spitfire.
  • Elixirs
    • Perk Up rarity changed from Epic to Legendary.
  • Miscellaneous
    • General
      • Direct hits from grenades and projectile weapons to the head now count as headshots.
      • Addressed an issue that allowed Special Weapon revives to convert Secret Sauce Perks into extra Perks.
      • Addressed an issue causing the Secret Sauce icon to display incorrectly after Host Migration.
      • Resolved various streaming issues in IX, Dead of the Night, and Ancient Evil.
    • Ancient Evil
      • Addressed an issue that could result in granting unlimited ammo for the Hand of Hemera Wonder Weapon.
      • Addressed an issue where players were unable to interact with the Obol near the Center of the World.
      • Closed an invulnerability exploit that could occur in the Center of the World.
    • Dead of the Night
      • Fixed various crashes that could occur when downed after Host Migration in Dead of the Night
      • Closed an exploit where players were able to get outside of the map using Nowhere But There.
      • Addressed a visual issue with trees in the outro cutscene.
      • Prevented charged weapon audio from playing while entering the boss fight.

WORLD LEAGUE HUB

  • Match Leave Penalty
    • Reinstated escalating temporary bans for players who leave a League Play match.
  • UI
    • Visual pass on Barracks and cleanup on League Play Career and Medals UI.
    • Replaced material names in Social and Inspection menus with Rank.
    • Added restricted icons and text to Specialist selection screen.

GLOBAL

  • UI
    • Updated Create-a-Class to allow for quicker selection of Mastercraft and MKII Weapons.
    • Lobby navigation and performance improvements.

MULTIPLAYER

  • Game Modes
    • Bolt-Action Barebones
      • Launchers and Equipment are now restricted (as of April 30th).
  • Featured Playlists (June 4-11)
    • Bolt-Action Barebones
    • Prop Hunt
    • Barebones Deathmatch Moshpit

BLACKOUT

  • Game Modes
    • Ambush Solo
      • Snipers, Bowie Knife, and Launchers only
      • SDM removed
      • Concussion and Cluster Grenades removed
      • ATV and ARAV removed
      • Increased time for final collapse
  • Featured Playlists (June 4-11)
    • Ambush Solo
    • Hot Pursuit
    • Duos

SOURCE: Treyarch

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

Cold War leak suggests ‘Barebones’ mode from BO4 will return

A new Black Ops Cold War leak is pointing to the return of Barebones mode from the last game. Here’s what we know.

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Black Ops Cold War is slowly filling up with new content as its first season draws near. A new leak has hinted that some of that content is from Black Ops 4. The Barebones mode might be coming back, and here’s what we know so far.

Season 1 of Black Ops Cold War is just around the corner. When it arrives on December 10, we’re going to see some brand new maps, weapons, and other content. It seems that some of that new Call of Duty content will be Black Ops 4 related.

Some recent tweets from Call of Duty Leaks hinted that we’d see the return of fan-favorite multiplayer mode from Black Ops 4 as part of the post-launch update. This is referring to the Barebones mode that gained immense popularity among COD fans back in the day.

What is Barebones mode?

In normal Black Ops 4 multiplayer matches, you’d have to pick between Specialists and standard gear. Specialist soldiers had unique abilities that would make them powerhouses in battle. This would make the match feel unbalanced, so it didn’t go over well with fans.

The Barebones mode would even the game out by placing class restrictions on Specialists’ abilities. It would also remove gear, body armor and operator mods, and gear. Equipment would be limited to one use per life and no recharge. Manual healing and fog of war would be in place as well.

This mode was widely praised for making the matches feel like classic Call of Duty, so its potential return is bound to excite many Black Ops fans.

Is Barebones going to be in BOCW?

The leaker was rummaging through the BOCW’s game files and found a few references to Barebones there. Mainly, some audio files of the announcer speaking the mode’s name. You can hear it for yourself below:

If this mode made its return in Cold War Season 1, these restrictions would adapt to the new game. The changes would be minimal, and the Barebones experience would be similar to how it was in the last Black Ops game.

We haven’t heard about any other Black Ops 4 content making their return BOCW Season 1, but we might soon. Such news would ease the minds of fans who complained about the low number of multiplayer maps that were available at launch.

Since these are just leaks, it’s worth considering that the files might be leftover from when Specialists were in Black Ops Cold War. At this time, we haven’t heard anything official from Treyarch or Activision that confirms this information. Once we do, we’ll be sure to update you.

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Black Ops 4 assets appear in Black Ops Cold War

Weapon icons and symbols from Black Ops 4 have been appearing in Black Ops Cold War.

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Weapon icons and symbols from Black Ops 4 have been appearing in Black Ops Cold War.

Black Ops Cold War has had a rough launch, as is somewhat expected with a major new release, with widespread crashes and game-breaking bugs being reported.

While a game is in the development process, developers often use assets from previous games as placeholder images. Until the game has been fully developed, they’ll add images from previous games to take up space until the new image can be inserted.

Some of these placeholder images have been appearing in Black Ops Cold War.

Reused assets

The Dual Wield attachment icon in Cold War appears as the Saug’s dual wield icon from Black Ops 4.

While hovering over weapons, the game can show weapons from Black Ops 4 instead. When u/Metoaga hovered over an M82 Sniper Rifle in the campaign, the image for it displayed BO4’s SDM Sniper Rifle. Also, while in Zombies, u/IronClooch69‘s RPD was displayed as the Hades Light Machine Gun from Black Ops 4.

Reddit user u/Lorenso0 reported getting Black Ops 4’s Prestige Master screen after completing a match of Free for All in Cold War. Other players confirmed they were also receiving the Prestige Master screen at around level 94.

Black Ops Cold War has seen multiple game-breaking bugs and crashes, such as the PlayStation 4 controller disconnecting. With those bugs, it’s likely that fixing reused assets appearing in Cold War will be far down on Treyarch’s agenda.

We will probably have to wait for the launch of Season 1 on December 10, where a large patch will be available to download.

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How Nuketown has changed over the years

We take a look at Nuketown throughout the years.

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Call of Duty revealed that classic map Nuketown will be coming to Black Ops Cold War on November 24.

Nuketown has been in every iteration of the Black Ops franchise and Cold War will be no different. It will feature a brand new version of Nuketown called Nuketown ’84. We’re taking a look at how the classic map has evolved throughout the years.

Call of Duty: Black Ops (2010)

Nuketown

Where it started. This small map started as a project by level designer Adam Hoggatt. It wasn’t intended to be in the full game but after playtests, it quickly became a favorite among the developers.

Inspired by the 2008 movie Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, the map is designed to be a nuclear testing facility modeled after 1950s suburban America.

Nuketown is a small map, capitalizing on the popularity of Shipment in CoD 4: Modern Warfare (2007) and Rust in Modern Warfare 2 (2009). With its yellow school bus in the center and picket-fenced gardens, it instantly became one of CoD’s most memorable maps.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 (2012)

Nuketown 2025

Nuketown returned in the next installment of the Black Ops franchise. With the exact same layout, this updated version brought Nuketown to the 21st century.

Nuketown 2025 came as a pre-order bonus with Black Ops 2 but could also be purchased as DLC. This version of Nuketown swapped the classic 1950s look for a blend of retro 60s with Black Ops 2’s futuristic aesthetic.

This updated version fixed the spawn issues from the original Nuketown, leading to many believing this to be the best iteration.

Nuketown Zombies

Nuketown was also included in Black Ops 2’s Zombies mode. It was basically the original Nuketown map designed for Zombies.

This version of Nuketown is the aftermath of the nuclear bomb that goes off at the end of every Nuketown round.

In this version, the map has been damaged by the Nuclear Bomb and smoke and ash blotting out the sun. Zombies spawn in all the usual ways but the Pack-A-Punch and Perk-A-Cola machines spawn after killing certain numbers of zombies.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (2012)

Nukehouse

This is a version of Nuketown most will be unfamiliar with. Activision released a stripped-back version of Black Ops for the PS Vita called Black Ops Declassified. The single-player took place between the original Black Ops and Black Ops 2 and also included multiplayer.

A smaller version of Nuketown which only featured the yellow house and the truck on the street was included. This map was extremely small with players often spawning right next to each other.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 (2015)

Nuk3town

Black Ops 3 recreated Nuketown in a science-fiction style. With bright colors, futuristic cars, and digital confetti rising from the buses, this was a very different looking Nuketown. The layout of the map stayed much the same, however.

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This map wasn’t available for the Xbox 360 or Playstation 3 as this game released during the transition between console generation.

Apart from the aesthetic changes, this version also had high walls to take advantage of ‘wall-running’ which was part of Call of Duty’s movement system at the time.

There were also Easter Eggs included in Nuk3town such as shooting mannequins in a certain sequence which would start a zombie-esque outbreak.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (2018)

Nuketown 2018

Nuketown 2018 received a mixed reception. This version took on a Soviet aesthetic, being set in the winter with a muted color palette. Although less of a change compared to Nuk3town, players were underwhelmed by the map’s design.

The specialist abilities such as the Grapple Gun drastically altered the flow of the map. Players felt that Nuketown 2018 played too differently to the original.

An addition some liked was the RC-XD tunnel system, in which the remote car could be driven beneath the map past missile silos, and come out the other side.

Nuketown Island (Blackout)

Black Ops 4’s battle royale mode Blackout featured many classic Black Ops maps. Nuketown was included in a location of the map called Nuketown Island.

Nuketown Island includes the whole town that Nuketown is part of, taking heavy inspiration from the classic Nuketown map as well as Nuketown Zombies. The area is heavily damaged similar to how it is in Nuketown Zombies and contains the original cul-de-sac from Nuketown.

Brand new to Nuketown, the area has a nuclear bunker and tunnel system underneath that players can access.

Call of Duty Mobile (2019)

Call of Duty Mobile contains classic maps from both the Black Ops and Modern Warfare franchises and Nuketown is no exception.

This brought it back to the very original Nuketown map we had in Call of Duty Black Ops. Although played on mobile devices, the map plays much the same as it did in the very first Black Ops.

With Nuketown returning in Black Ops Cold War, expect it to have a 1980s theme.

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