Nuketown is returning for ‘Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’

The full season one roadmap and ‘Warzone’ integration details have also been dropped

The first roadmap for Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War has been released, showing the return of fan favourite map Nuketown returning and more.

Season one of the game was briefly outlined in a new tweet on the official Call Of Duty Twitter account. Among the upcoming free content, the most notable was the inclusion of the iconic Nuketown map, which will be getting a 1984 makeover when it drops on November 24.

Meanwhile, season one of Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War will official kick off on December 10. While no specific details have been revealed, the roadmap outlines more multiplayer maps and modes, the return of 2v2 gunfights, new weapons, more Zombies modes, a “classified Warzone experience” and more.

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You can see the full roadmap below:

Along with the roadmap, an extensive breakdown about the game’s upcoming Warzone integration, set to coincide with the launch of season one, was delivered in a blog post. From season one, all experience and levelling will be shared across all three titles (Black Ops Cold War, Modern Warfare and Warzone), including the new Zombies mode. The game and will incorporate a prestige system, similar to ones seen in previous Call Of Duty titles.

Enlisted ranks will now be known as Military ranks and player progression will be reset from the beginning of season one, instead using the level players have gained in Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Only the player experience will be reset, with everything previously unlocked still being available. A full player progression breakdown has also been released, which details all the new changes, including the prestige system.

Weapon progression will carry across into Call Of Duty: Warzone, ensuring both Black Ops Cold War and Modern Warfare players can bring their guns over to the battle royale. All weapon experience and levelling will also carry back over to the guns respective game. Operators from both games can also be taken over the Warzone, along with the battle pass. However, stores will be contained to each game, with Warzone items labelled specifically.

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Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War launches on November 13 for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Activision recently released the pre-install sizes and information for fans to get ready for release.

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