Call of Duty: Black Ops II Nuketown 2025 map finally lands on Wii U

Posted under News, Wii U
August 7, 2014 by (@NE_Brian)
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Call of Duty: Black Ops II launched for Wii U in November 2012. Nearly two years later, the game has received a new map.

Nuketown 2025 has been out on other platforms for a very, very long time. Just recently though, it seems that the content finally came to Wii U. Players can obtain Nuketown 2025 by installing an update on their console.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

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  • ZeldaWiiUTakeMyLife

    no thanks

  • MadCrain

    Who the f- is going to buy this now?

  • smashbrolink

    I wonder if people will take me seriously now when I say that third parties don’t know what the hell they’re doing regarding making multiplats sell on the Wii U…

    This should have been a report about Treyarche starting up efforts to get all the same DLC as other versions into CoD: Ghosts, not a report of a map promised at launch finally making it into an older title…

    • http://www.feshrine.net/ Blazer

      I guess this is one of those things where they did it only because they “promised”, or something? >_>’ Ah heck I don’t know, 3rd-parties don’t make sense at least half the time -_-

  • Guilherme Hentz

    Better late than never. Maybe this mean more DLC’s coming to Wii U? :D

    • randomname1234

      Hopefully and also when the first dlc came out for xbox and ps3 it temorarily gave people the peacekeeper mastery calling card and there were leaderboards for turned on wii u

      • jimmy

        Blaa, most likely testing the waters to see if sny wiiu gamers would still play their games, hence black ops 2 instead of ghost

        • PapaBrownBear

          Ghosts sucks I’d play BLOPS2 over that garbage any day.

  • Andrew Gonzalez

    What? really?

  • Jon Turner

    I don’t know WHY in the heck Activision took so long to patch this, but I’m glad they did.

  • Ben Dover Kuntz

    yohooooo!! finally activision pulled the fingers outta their butt, lets paaarty!!!1

  • PapaBrownBear

    Well I think I’ll pick up a copy here pretty soon. I can’t hurt seeing that you can find it under 15 bucks easy.

  • WhataShame

    These rants just prove how whiney, entitled and really just plain sad ‘gamers’ (and I use that term loosely these days) have become. This is really cool of them. Something they didn’t have to do. Ask any unbiased ‘gamer’ whose actually compared the versions through playing them and not YouTube videos, and most that I’ve talked to (even if they aren’t Nintendo fans) are quick to agree that the Wii U version plays the best, and that the Gamepad features and off-screen play are both awesome. First-world whiners are the new ‘gamer’, apparently. Sad. I’ll be taking a break from Mario Kart 8 to play some Nuketown… and enjoying it with friends.

    Oh… and I’m a multi-system gamer… I’ve just been having the most fun lately with my Wii U. Not a fanboy… just someone who knows fun when they play it.

    • Guest

      Black Ops 2. Released on the WiiU November 18, 2012.

      Released on every other platform March 13th, 2013.

      So, more than a year later people finally get what other platforms get. You think people complaining about this is “whining”? “Entitled”?

      They are entitled – to a release date close to what every other platform got.

      • http://darkprincearmon.com Loneheart

        No one is entitled to anything.

  • Kitty Kate

    I’d buy Black Ops 2 but ….. I can’t buy it on the Eshop and I don’t want disks anymore. Just sayin.