Gamers can gain access to Nuketown 2025, soundtrack, World at War
Those who are interested in the newly launched Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 first-person shooter from developer Treyarch and Activision have until November 26 to buy and download the Digital Deluxe Edition via the Steam service from Valve.After that date, the publisher is withdrawing the package from sales and all players will be able to get the standard version of the game.
The Digital Deluxe Edition of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 offers:
Nuketown 2025 Bonus Map - one of the best in-game maps redone using a 1960’s theme;
Nuketown Zombies Bonus Map - the same as above but with the addition of undead hordes;
Weapon Camo – exclusive multiplayer only weapon skin;
2 Player Card Backgrounds – inspired by Nuketown 2025 and Zombies;
Official Call of Duty: Black Ops II soundtrack – created by Jack Wall with a theme by Trent Reznor;
Call of Duty: World at War - another Treyarch-created first-person shooter that allows the player to join American forces as they move across the Pacific during World War II.