Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is out and is already a fan-favorite. The return of the famous Zombies mode and the Black Ops setting has really provoked nostalgia amongst the fans. Now, the game is all set to get yet another fan-favorite multiplayer map in the form of Nuketown ’84.
The arrival of Nuketown ’84 was announced via a trailer for the same. Take a look at it below:
It definitely brought back a lot of memories as this map has been associated with the COD franchise since the beginning. However, even before the map is officially released, the map’s easter egg has surfaced on Reddit. Also note that the Nuketown ’84 map comes out tomorrow i.e. November 24.
The steps to unlock the easter egg in Nuketown ’84 are extremely simple. All the players have to do is just go around the map and blow the heads off the mannequins. This will trigger a visual change in the map which may look like the players have a thermal vision. Honestly, the easter also looks a lot from the Cyberpunk genre considering the lighting, visuals, and gridlines that show up. Take a look at it below:
Even the Zombies mode in Black Ops Cold War is full of easter eggs. For instance, there is a giant monster that shows up midway through the Zombies mode. Fans believe that it is a reference to the Apothicons, and that the giant monster might be one of the Elder Gods. Another easter egg comes in the form of a song that plays during the game after collecting 3 tapes in the Die Maschine map.
Black Ops Cold War also recently released a hefty patch which fixed a lot of launch week issues. Sniper Rifles and the MP5 SMG received a much needed nerf and finally seem balanced. Apart from that, there were also a couple of changes made to the Zombies mode as well. Furthermore, several bug fixes were also made to stabilize the game considering the launch pointed out some significant issues.
From the looks of it, it seems Treyarch is keeping close tabs on player feedback and is working hard to fix any issues. This is great news for the future of the game considering this proactiveness will be appreciated by the fans. Hopefully, they will keep up the good work going forward as well.