Nuketown to return as limited edition offering in Black Ops II

By Matt Williams, Thursday, 28 June 2012 01:07 GMT

The popular Call of Duty: Black Ops multiplayer map Nuketown will be returning in this year’s Black Ops II with a futuristic appearance, as a limited edition inclusion.

Based on information obtained, apparently on display at Irish retailer Xtravision, the map has been “re-imagined for the future” and will be called Nuketown 2025 this time around. The map is described as “the biggest incentive in Call of Duty history” and is listed as part of a “limited edition pack”.

Pre-order it now.

Thanks, IGN.

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