Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Patch Address Zombies Crash Issues

Joanna Estrada
November 13, 2018

"Comrades! Experience architecture, culture, and warmth of locals that's unlike anywhere else", reads an Activision tweet.

For one week early, PS4 players will get to jump into the latest iteration of Nuketown.

This time around, the classic map will be set in Russian Federation, as you can see from the tweet below on the official Call of Duty Twitter account.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was originally released this past October, and it's available on all of the previously mentioned platforms. Xbox One and PC players can get the Nuketown map one week later on November 20. The trailer also shows off what appears to be a nuclear warhead launching in the middle of the map.

Treyarch previewed the update in a recent post on Reddit: "Now, a look into next week: Nuketown arrives on PS4 on Tuesday, November 13!" If you're curious what kind of gun camos are in Black Ops 4, wonder no more! The map will be available for free and does not require the purchase of a Black Ops pass.

The patch notes also confirm a series of stability fixes for Zombies mode, a few weapon rebalances, and some general bug fixes.

As for multiplayer, balancing changes have been made to Hardcore modes to make SMGs a little more competitive in the HC playlists.

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