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Call of Duty Black Ops 3 Nuk3town Map Listed With A January Release Date On The PlayStation Store

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Call of Duty Black Ops 3, the latest entry of the series developed by Treyarch now available on consoles and PC, has received some exclusive pre-order bonuses just like pretty much every other high profile modern video game. One of these extras was the Nuk3town map, a special bonus map based on the Nuketown and Nuketown 2025 maps that have appeared in previous entries of the Black Ops sub-series. The map is currently only available for those who have pre-ordered the game but it seems like those who didn’t will soon be able to download it, at least on PlayStation 4.

The PlayStation Store page is currently listing the Nuk3town map with a January 26th release date. The map’s release for everyone has yet to be confirmed officially by Activision but more on the matter is surely going to come soon.

Last week some new Call of Duty Black Ops 3 screenshots have surfaced online, showcasing all Hero camos and more. As unlocking these camos can be difficult, these screenshots allow players to finally see what they look like.

Last week Call of Duty Black Ops 3 has also been updated on PC. The new update included additional bug fixes as well as tweaks, improved optimization and much more.

The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Call of Duty Black Ops 3 have been updated around two weeks ago. This update introduced a variety of fixes such as stability fixes as well as Lobby Leaderboards and much more.

Call Of Duty Black Ops 3 is now available for purchase on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC in all regions. We will let you know more about any future update as well as on the game’s upcoming DLC packs as soon as possible so so stay tuned for all the latest news on the new of the successful entry of the Call Of Duty series.

 

As a long time gamer, Francesco has survived more zombie invasions, meteor strikes, magic spells than he can count. He still keeps fighting today to bring hope into countless gaming worlds. Or destruction, depending on his mood. Writing about video games was only the natural step for such a dangerous life.

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Embracer Job Losses Continue as New World Interactive is Hit

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New World Interactive, the developer of the Insurgency series of tactical first-person shooters, has laid off an unknown number of employees as part of Embracer Group’s comprehensive restructuring plan.

Saber Interactive, which acquired New World in 2020, told Eurogamer that the studio had not closed. However, it confirmed an unknown number of layoffs.

Embracer says it is “actively working to fill existing open roles” with impacted employees and will provide severance packages. “Saber also assures that development will continue on Insurgency: Sandstorm, as well as on unannounced future projects,” it said.

Over 900 employees were laid off in an “agonizing” but “necessary” process. As always, we hope all victims recover.

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Sony: We Need Non-Gamers to Access Our Content

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Sony wants non-console owners to access its content beyond its PlayStation-walled garden. This strategy has been slowly implemented: the company has commissioned TV and movie adaptations of its biggest franchises, ported select software to the PC, and launched a mobile gaming division.

In an interview with Nikkei, head Hideaki Nishino explained how this strategy can boost console sales: We want to use movies and dramas to get non-gamers to try PlayStation games. Sales of The Last of Us increased during the live-action drama.

When HBO’s adaptation aired, our The Last of Us content skyrocketed, so we can understand its impact. As a PlayStation fan site, we support this strategy because we want to reach as many people as possible, so if Sony can appeal to non-console owners, that’s a win-win.

More PlayStation users is better, in our opinion.

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New PS Plus Essential Game Has Great Free DLC

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PowerWash Simulator is one of this month’s PS Plus Essentials, but before you start scrubbing, check out the PS Store. The game has been well supported on PS5 and PS4 with free DLC packs based on Square Enix titles since its release at the start of the year.

Free Final Fantasy VII and Tomb Raider expansions let you clean Croft Manor and Seventh Heaven. The free DLC packs add 10 levels, and the paid ones add more.

Two more Back to the Future and SpongeBob SquarePants expansions cost £6.49 or $7.99 each. You can then scrub the Bikini Bottom and the DeLorean.

The Midgar Special Pack for PowerWash Simulator was another reason to use the cleaning kit. “It doesn’t add much, but getting close to FF7’s props and environments is fun. It offers a fresh take on the beloved title that will please both sides of this collaboration.”

Have you tried the latest PS Plus Essential game?

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