Nuketown ’84 is the latest addition to the Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops Map rally. To celebrate its release, developers are making a donation The Nuketown package is free. Arguably, it is one of the most famous maps on Call of duty Franchise. Also, its popularity cannot be overlooked as it has appeared in five titles so far. Map version 84 accompanies a new Nuketown Easter egg for players to enjoy. It’s fairly easy to complete the Easter egg and take you to an old version of the map.
If you have played any of the previous Nuketown maps before, you will notice that there are several models scattered around you. The Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops Easter egg puts mannequins in challenge center. To activate the Easter egg, all you have to do is shoot the heads of all the models on the map in under two minutes. It is recommended that you take the Easter egg in a dedicated match, as this can be difficult in team play. This challenge can be completed alone. However, you might want to work with your friends to locate each mannequin on the map.
If successful, a purple and blue or green and black filter will be applied to the map of Nuketown ’84. Ultimately, the retro visuals that evoke 80’s ambiance and make you feel like you’ve got into an arcade game. The visual effects are also accompanied by a funky old school soundtrack for you to enjoy. According to prominent people Call of duty Youtube The gaming revolutionThen, you can access the Nuketown soundtrack within the game’s menu upon completion.
Could there be more Easter eggs in the future?
The Nuketown ’84 Easter egg is a fun addition to Call of Duty: Cold War Black Ops. Before that, the community was already working hard to complete the variety Easter eggs zombies. Although not confirmed by Treyarch, it is likely that more content will be available to complete the Easter eggs in the future.