Defunded and forgotten to the wastes of time, Site B is reborn as a desert beacon for travelers who wish to escape. – Nuketown ’84
Outside of this map, you will see an open desert that leads to some desert mountains but in the distance players will see the Nuke drop location with the Nuke countdown clock just to the outskirts.
Welcome to Nuketown Site B, the sign shows the population on the map with a painting on the back showing a cartoon version of the map getting hit with multiple nukes.
The old Activision game machine Pitfall can be seen in a few spots on the map, and many of the walls around also have paintings of Pitfall. Pitfall was first playable on the Atari 2600 and released by Activision in 1982.
With Black Ops Cold War being promoted by Mountain Dew it’s not surprising to see old Mountain Dew cans scattered around the map, but Doritos was also found on the map Checkmate.
The beer brand Metro Brew from older Black Ops games can be seen scattered throughout the area. “The simple taste of Metro brew is not unlike a subtle shrew. In the mourn or in the night, this beautiful taste makes angels cry. As you unbind the cap a chorus sings to the glory the pigeon king.”
Just like the other versions of the map, the match ends with a nuke that destroys the entire map. During the explosion, players will see another Activision game machine called Kaboom! It was released in 1981 for the Atari 2600 and sold over one million cartridges by 1983.
Shooting all the mannequin heads off within 60 seconds will change the map to an ‘80’s-themed aesthetic filter. This filter is cool and there are two different variations to the filter with one being blue and the other being green.
Nuketown was also featured in Warzone for a short time as the Gulag. The Gulag is a Battle royal 1v1 room that players go to after death, winning the Gulag would send the player back into the battle. Lose the Gulag and get sent home!