Actually, Nuketown '84 is an old map that got a new coat of paint for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. A highlight of the map is an Easter Egg, which comes straight from the 80s and is a source of enthusiasm among the players.
As for the Black Ops franchise, it is Nuketown one of the most popular, if not the most popular, maps. In Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the map returns to the delight of fans in 80 style and even takes its appearance to the extreme with an Easter egg.
The map will not appear until tomorrow (November 24th) but some players have already managed to start the map in a private lobby. You probably had enough time for the virtual Easter egg hunt and found the extra. Nuketown is a dummy city for testing atomic bombs and is therefore equipped with mannequins. If you shoot the heads off all the dolls in less than a minute, this happens:
A more than violent one 80s filter lies over the map, the matching synthesizer sounds roar. Many of the Reddit users consider the full pack of Far Cry: Blood Dragon to be one of the coolest Easter eggs in Call of Duty.
But the players are even more looking forward to finally being able to play the map and are hoping for one 24/7 Nuketown playlist. Similar to Shipment or Rust, Nuketown is a very small map. These maps are popular because the rounds go very quickly, there is a lot of action and many kills are possible.
Nuketown '84 is one of the for all gamers free content updatethat are gradually being added to Cold War. As a rule, the new content comes with a season, which then also entails a chargeable Battle Pass, but the activations are purely cosmetic, new weapons, maps and modes are also available without a Battle Pass.
The first season in Cold War starts on December 10th.