news\ Nov 2, 2012 at 1:08 pm

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 trailer finally gives us a look at Nuketown 2025

A new trailer from Activision and Treyarch has been released giving us a look at Nuketown 2025, the bonus multiplayer map for pre-ordering Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.

For those unfamiliar, Nuketown 2025 is Black Ops 2's take on the popular arena-style multiplayer map from the original Black Ops. The original map, which was based on a typical U.S. suburb used to demonstrate the effects of a nuclear weapon on a residential area, has now been reimagined for Black Ops 2 to depict the "Model Home of the Future".

Despite knowing that the original was one of the smallest maps ever in a Call of Duty game, not much has been revealed about Nuketown 2025. Needless to say, it looks like it plays quite similar - fast-paced action in small houses and tight corridors with tons of explosions. It also looks like something you'd see in Disney World's Tomorrowland.

Once again, by simply pre-ordering a copy of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, which releases on November 13, will grant you access to Nuketown 2025 for free. Additionally, those of you looking to pick-up the season of downloadable content that will come in 2013 can also pre-order the Black Ops 2 DLC Season Pass for $49.99. Doing so will grant you access to all four DLC Map Packs for a discounted price, along with an in-game Black Ops 2 Calling Card to show off your name, emblem, clan tag, and ranking in Black Ops 2's multiplayer.

Remember, pre-ordering the game does NOT grant you access to Nuketown Zombies - a mode that has you defend against hordes of zombies. That is only available as part of the Collector Editions of Black Ops 2.

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