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The fan-favorite map of Nuketown will make its Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 debut tomorrow for PlayStation 4 users. While the map had been teased previously, it was not originally confirmed.

Nuketown has made an appearance in several titles in the Call of Duty franchise. Call of Duty: Black Ops,  Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Call of Duty: Black Ops III, and now Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII.

A tweet from the official Call of Duty account shared the November 13 PS4 release date three days ago on November 9.

The franchise has now posted another tweet to help raise the anticipation with video material accompanying the message, “Welcome back to a reimagined fan favorite. Nuketown is playable for free in Multiplayer, available first on PS4 tomorrow.” The video is a minute and 22 seconds long and gives players a look at gameplay on the redesigned map. This version of Nuketown is found in Russia where it’s covered in snow with darkened cloudy skies, once again keeping the layout but changing the aesthetics.

Xbox One and PC players should expect to be able to access the map come November 20, the usual one week waiting period given to non-PS4 players as part of a partnership between Sony and Call of Duty. The map will be available for free and does not require the purchase of a Black Ops pass.

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