Posted on July 2, 2012 AT 02:31pm
Nuketown was my favorite map to play in Black Ops. Hardly ever will you catch me playing a shooter online, much less choosing a map to be my utmost favorite. Black Ops turned me into more of shooter fan and then further complimenting on that, it made me choose a favorite map.
Nuketown is a favorite among avid gamers who are still playing Black Ops. With it’s close quarters shooting, grenades exploding at every corner, and strategic positioning of your team’s snipers (or camping to some), who couldn’t love Nuketown? When running into the two empty houses, it was easy to run into the pointy end of someone’s knife. Nothing but fast paced, in your face action to be had on the small map.
Not to mention, Nuketown did set a precedence in other multiplayer focused shooters in that having a small map with hardly any sniping vantage points is good in keeping players interested. For example; Didn’t Battlefield 3 just release DLC pertaining to nothing but close quarter maps and modes? Yes, they did in fact. And with that, I rest my case!
With all that being said,
“Multiplayer fans of Call of Duty: Black Ops LOVE Nuketown,” said Mark Lamia, Studio Head of Treyarch. ”Flat out, Nuketown was a blast to play before, and we’re excited about the reimagined Nuketown 2025 in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. We can’t wait to play with everyone come this November.”
The map will be a downloadable token and it will come pre-packaged in early releases of the game. So who is excited? Did anyone else enjoy Nuketown as much as I did?
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