BlackOps Friday concluded today with the focus on their Nuketown gameplay reveal. The final installment showed off the most beloved map in Nuketown.
Glad Nuketown is back, and it looks awesome
Still seems dated in many ways. Now it's just old CoD with Titanfall's mobility mechanics with a postmodern setting. Basically Advanced Warfare all over again.
Nah bruh, this ain't no advanced warfare, you basically fly in that game. Treyarch knows how to make cod as evident by the success of the beta as well as the fact that black ops 2 still has a very good population on it's servers to this day.
They listened more this time too, different weapon types, even the flamethrower is back. Personally the wall running is my thing, titanfall or not, so if they can make a better titanfall then that sounds great!
I actually preferred IW back in the day. I think Black Ops was the tipping point. Now Treyarch probably are the best.
Crazy Town we have here.
Isn't this the 3rd or 4th time nuke town comes out? Haven't played cod since the mw2 days lol
3rd. It's in all 3 Black Ops games.
I loved this map..so much laughing at the kills we used to stack up.....bring back shipment too...I had so much fun with those maps. But alas, I'm not buying CoD this year..Ghosts and AW still left a bad taste.
People really don't know what a good map is now a days if they like Nuketown...
Is it a balanced map? Absolutely not, the size alone makes it a clusterf**k waiting to happen. That said, a clusterf**k is fun from time to time.
Hence why there are operation metro and locker 24/7 servers in battlefield :D this is no different
I wonder if there is gonna be like a care package or a certain kill streak that makes those bots come alive and attack the opposing team. something about the random close up at the end of the video i feel they were hinting.
It's now literally like a 5 year old designed the game.
Lol why did they rip off Titanfalls movements?
Probably to get back at titanfall devs. Oh Activision.
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