CoD Black Ops - Cold War: Unlock Nuketown Easter Egg - that's how it works

In Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War another map has come with Nuketown '84 and the game keeps the tradition alive. Of course, an Easter egg should not be missing. In the following we will tell you how to unlock it and what rewards you will receive.


In addition to the campaign , which  offers secrets and evidence in addition to action , there is an Easter egg on the new multiplayer map. Every CoD game by Treyarch has received an iteration of the Nuketown map since 2010, and this is also the case in CoD Black Ops Cold War. Of course, the usual Easter egg should not be missing.


CoD Black Ops - Cold War: Unlock Nuketown Easter Egg - that's how it works


Unlock Nuketown '84 Easter Egg - that's how it works

The key to the Nuketown '84 Easter Egg is certainly familiar to veterans of the series: mannequins. But this time with a special feature. To solve the Easter Egg, you have to destroy the heads of all the mannequins on the map, in just 60 seconds. The order of your shot heads does not matter. There are around 17 pieces on the card, so you have around 3.5 seconds for a doll.


If you complete it successfully, music starts and the complete map is covered with a digital filter, which, by the way, can have different colors. So you bring the synth wave from the 80s back to life, matching the iteration Nuketown '84. So the Easter Egg fits pretty well into the overall style of the map, where you'll find graffiti and arcade machines.


Tip:  Currently, completing the Easter Egg in normal matches is almost impossible. It's best to open a private game and try to shoot down all the heads of the mannequins.


As a reward , you unlock the Nuketown song in your main menu.


This is how the map changes through the filter. This is how the map changes through the filter.

Nuketown is certainly one of the iconic maps of the "Call of Duty" series and is always worth a visit, just for the sake of nostalgia. Did you manage to complete the Easter Egg on Nuketown '84? How do you like the filter? Write us in the comments, we are interested in your opinion!

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