'Call of Duty: Black Ops 3' DLC 2 release date news 2016: Developers re-image an old map

"Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" gamers may be delighted to find out that the developers made their favorite map dubbed Nuk3town playable for free across different platforms such as Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

(Official website)Screen shot from the Zombies mode of 'Call of Duty: Black Ops III'

According to the official blog by publisher Activision, Treyarch originally offered the material as a bonus, but the 2065 re-imagined version of the classic run-and-gun map will become accessible for all. In a statement by Activision:

"With its fast, frenetic engagements and classic run-and-gun gameplay, Nuketown has become a staple of the 'Call of Duty: Black Ops' series. We're excited to announce that Nuk3town will be available to all players and to celebrate, Treyarch will be adding a Nuk3town 24/7 Playlist to Black Ops 3 for the next week."

The announcement also revealed that there will also be a Personalization Pack included that features Nuk3town-themed Weapon Camo, three Nuk3town-themed weapon reticles, and Nuk3town-themed calling card.

This comes to show how the developer is listening to the community and giving them a map that everyone is going to enjoy. This probably is the first of many possible other maps to come in future DLC or updates.

In related news, there still hasn't been an announcement regarding the release of the DLC 2. The only tease is in the report by Charlie Intel about the possible zombie map. They had a chance to screen grab the leak before it was deleted. It seemingly showcased a promotion for what could be a zombie-themed map and discounts for PS4 owners with Season Pass. The subscribers will also apparently get their hands on an exclusive Zombies "Der Eisandrache" Dynamic System Theme.

All gamers have to do at this point is to patiently wait for further announcements or an actual teaser video regarding the DLC 2.The developers might be working hard for additional features to put in the game. Stay tuned for more information.

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