The multiplayer in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War wouldn’t be total without Nuketown turning up in some kind or style. After all, the fan-favorite map has actually appeared in every Black Ops title given that the series’ beginning. The most current variation of the map, Nuketown ‘84, is offered now in Black Ops Cold War, and it isn’t your daddy’s Nuketown. Actually, possibly it might be given that the map is embeded in the ’80s. The point is that this is a various spin on the traditional area, fine? 

How various, you ask? For one, Treyarch states this ’80s variation isn’t the very same map, however rather a sibling website to the Nuketown we understand and enjoy. Dubbed “Site B”, this formerly undiscovered location had actually as soon as been pegged for nuclear screening prior to the federal government took out at the last minute for financial factors. The website was then deserted for years prior to a group of “social misfits” discovered it and start a business, changing the synthetic picturesque community into a graffiti-laden den of scrap, weapons, and debauchery.

Nuketown ‘84 signs up with the 6v6 map rotation and, like the initial Nuketown, includes lots of homes to conceal in and windows to snipe from. The fairly compact map suggests the action will be busy with death coming quickly and frequently. To get an upper hand on how to browse Nuketown ‘84, you can take a look at the Black Ops Cold War blog post for a complete rundown on the map’s private functions along with handy pointers and techniques. 

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is offered now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out our evaluation of the video game here to see why it’s one of the finest launch titles for new-gen hardware, particularly if you’re a PS5 owner