Activision have recently confirmed the fan favourite map Nuketown will be returning, as the first roadmap for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War is released.
The news was recently dropped on Twitter when Activision tweeted a brief summary of season one of the game. Fans were quick to immediately notice the inclusion of the fan favourite map Nuketown, this iconic map however will be returning but it will be undergoing a 1984 makeover.
Launch is only the beginning for #BlackOpsColdWar.— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) November 5, 2020
✅ Nuketown ’84.
✅ New Zombies modes.
✅ 2v2 Gunfight comes to #BlackOpsColdWar.
✅ Epic free content.
✅ New maps, modes, weapons, secrets, and more. pic.twitter.com/9970FtYhmk
In addition to this roadmap, there was also further details released in a blog post on the companies website, it also gave fans an idea of what they can expect when Warzone integrates with the game in December.
December is when the season one of Black Ops Cold War is going to begin, the roadmap hints at exciting new weapons, content and maps along with a 2v2 gunfight and new zombies modes.
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As this will be the first time the games are merged together, from December on all progress will be shared across Modern Warfare, Black Ops Cold War and Warzone.
It was also announced that weaponry will be able to be carried over from Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War into Warzone, along with operators. Players were delighted at this news as it means their hard earned progress won’t be lost.
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