Call of Duty – Black Ops 2: Nuketown Clip Released
Those cheeky fellows over at Activision have teased us all with a clip of the new location Nuketown 2025 in their upcoming Call of Duty title, Call of Duty – Black Ops 2. And when we say clip, we mean clip. The short video lasts just a tantalising 5 seconds. Just enough time to see everything go to Hell in a handcart, as an explosion tears through the scene.
Nuketown is a location that will already be known to fans of the first Black Ops game, however the Nuketown 2025 is a version of the map set in the future. It is probable that the premise will still be the same though, two teams set in a tightmap, and a whole lot of explosions.
The game’s developers, Treyarch, also released a video today teasing the game’s 3D features. I’m honestly not a big fan of 3D which is why I haven’t given the announcement much space in this article, though if you disagree with me, feel free to yell at me in the comment section below.
The nice thing about the Black Ops games, as opposed to the Modern Warfare games is that they don’t take themselves too seriously. Treyarch always seem to want to play around with the maps and find ways of making it really fun. Personally I’ve become really fatigued with the copy and paste – reskinned maps of the Modern Warfare games and I am looking forward to getting to grips with Black Ops 2. I was lucky enough to get a hands-on demo of Call of Duty – Black Ops 2 at Gamescom this year. OK, the game did glitch out on me – but we’ll ignore that for a second – and actually I was pretty impressed by what the game had to offer. The game is out on November 13 on PC, Xbox 360, and PS3.