Nuketown runs inseparably together with COD, with the fabled map flexing a new version in every COD ever since its launch. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War boasts an expansion of Nuketown ’84, another variation of Nuketown. It brings an Onslaught mode for players who enjoy slaughtering Zombies.
PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players can approach Nuketown ’84 for the Zombies Onslaught mode as it remains exclusive to Sony as a part of a deal. This implies on the off chance that you are playing on PC, Xbox Series X, or Xbox the Onslaught mode remains a dream. However, Nuketown ’84 will be available across all platforms for players to enjoy.
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“Nuketown ’84 is a fast and frenetic 6v6 map set in a nuclear testing ground modeled on an idyllic American neighborhood.
Although the layout may look familiar to fans of the original Black Ops iteration of Nuketown, this particular location in the Nevada desert has been designated “Site B.” In 1954, Site B was primed for “the big test,” but a last-minute government budget decision decommissioned the site. For 30 years, this Nuketown remained dormant… until in 1984, a group of social misfits travelling through no man’s land discovered the site and made it their home. Decorating the site with graffiti and various junk collected in their travels, they turned this quaint cul-de-sac into a personal desert refuge from a world filled with wars, anxiety, and “The Man.”” – reads COD’s statement on the map.
PlayStation players get to select weapon plans for finishing certain difficulties inside the Onslaught mode. The Onslaught mode can be found inside the Zombies menu, select Zombies Onslaught, and afterward Onslaught Nuketown.