|Release Date||November 4, 2016|
|November 4, 2016||Unknown||None|
Fight in a variety of spaces and engagements in a 1950s style main street USA locale located on a giant torus-shaped space station. – Throwback
You can see Earth, Sun, and many buildings on the outside of Throwback, and looking to the sides of that you can see the space station you are currently battling on.
Got a Dog? Ronnie’s World-Famous hotlinks can now be found in space, the last place it was seen was in Call of Duty Ghosts on the map Strikezone.
At the snack bar you can find a teddy bear relaxing in the window.
The map is known for its baseball field, The Addisonville Atoms. Listen and you can still hear the game being played. Crowd is going nuts!
Established in 2016, you can find a list of all Municipal council members on the welcome sign with the names on the list all being people who worked on the game.
Need beer? Wisen-Heimer has out of this worlds taste and is smooth as Ace Johnsons re-entry, beer made for a real American Astronaut.
Need some hair Jelly? Try Green Creem with petroleum jelly!
You can find the Infinity Ward hat just outside the map near the movie theater and Soda Shop.
Wall plaques can be found on every building describing the purpose of each in 1950, each one says:
Baseball Field: At the height of the popularity, the sport of baseball was known as “America’s Favorite Pastime”. That popularity not only sprouted professional teams, but semi-pro, college, high school and grade school teams throughout the US. Every small town had at least one baseball field, if not several. And was a popular spot for family outings and the enthusiastic sports fan.
Bowling Alley: The leisure sport of Bowling was a popular outing for both families and friends, and at its height was enjoyed by more than 100 million people worldwide. The sport of bowling consisted of throwing or rolling a bowling ball at a set of ten pins at the end of a lane. A score of 300 was considered a “Perfect Game”.
Soda Fountain: The Soda Fountain was a popular 1950s handout that served ice cream, sparkling water, soda, candy, and food. The typical Soda Fountain was especially popular with teenagers for socializing after sock hops, dances, and high school and college sporting events. During their heyday, the Soda Fountain could be found in pharmacies, Candy stores, ice cream shops, dime and department stores, and in train stations throughout the country.
Movie Theater: A Movie Theater contained an auditorium with padded seating for viewing films for entertainment. The typical Movie Theater consisted of a large auditorium with several rows of seating, an outer foyer with a box office to purchase tickets, and a well-stocked snack counter. Popcorn, candy, beverages, and other snacks could be purchased to enjoy during the screening of the film.
Train Station: The train station, or Depot, was a railway facility where trains regularly stopped to load and offload passengers or fright. A train Station usually consisted of one or two track-side platforms, a station building, ticket counter, waiting areas, and other services such as restaurants, restrooms, and public transport connections such as buses or taxi cabs.
Police Station: The Police Station was a building used by police officers and other staff members. It consisted of a main lobby with a sergeant’s desk, a radio dispatch room, offices, interview/interrogation rooms, a locker room, and a holding cell. Police Officers were often assigned to specific areas or “beats” and would patrol on foot and in black and white Patrol Cars, enforcing the city or county ordinances and laws.
Family Home: After victory in World War ll, America became the most influential economic power in the world. That economic prowess cascaded down to the American Family. Allowing them unprecedented buying clout. The family home of the 1950s was a wonderment of new time-saving and unique appliances, interesting home furnishings, and retro style that is still popular today.
Red Barn: The classic red barn was an integral agricultural structure of the 1950s Midwestern farming community. The barn was primarily used to house livestock, such as cattle and horses, as well as store farm implements, equipment, and often grain or other farm-grown staples. In the 1950s and earlier, the barn was built from wooden timbers and boards, and occasionally, entirely of fieldstone or brick and mortar.
Farmer’s Market: A Farmer’s Market was a retail market featuring food and produce grown locally and sold by farmers directly to consumers. One of the main selling points of the Farmer’s Market was that the produce was usually freshly picked and was cheaper to purchase. Farmer’s Markets sometimes consisted of a physical building with outdoor and indoor booths or stands where farmers sold their fruits, vegetables, meat, and prepared foods and beverages.
House of Worship: A House of Worship, or Church, was building used for religious activities such as worship services, weddings, funerals, christenings, and baptisms. Architecturally, a church was sometimes planned and arranged in the shape of a Christian cross, with the main aisle representing the longer vertical section, and the alter area the horizontal junction of the cross