Activision has revealed early concept art of a reimagined version of Nuketown, the popular multiplayer map that made its debut back in 2010, confirming that the locale will be available as a pre-order bonus in this year’s upcoming sequel, Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
According to Treyarch – the studio taking the reins of the series for its 2015 outing as part of Call of Duty‘s new three-tier development cycle – Nuketown has received a new coat of paint ahead of its debut on current-gen consoles. Specifically, the level design has been reworked to allow for the enhanced locomotion and movement found in Black Ops III.
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Controversial though they may be, Activision has indeed confirmed that Nuketown will be a pre-order exclusive perk (it’s exclusive to GAME in the UK), and it’s worth nothing that the revamped arena won’t be available for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 versions of the upcoming shooter.
In related news, the mega-company recently provided a status report on the recent multiplayer beta that was hosted on PlayStation platforms, which reportedly attracted millions of shooter fans across its week-long run.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III will drag Activision’s juggernaut into the year 2065 when it launches for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC on November 6.