Earlier today, Treyarch removed the popular Nuketown 2025 playlist from Black Ops 2, leaving those who pre-ordered the game without a way to play their bonus map in the public playlists after having just six days of play time on the map. Naturally, many upset pre-orderers complained that they felt cheated via Twitter and the community forums. Treyarch obviously listened because they have made Nuketown 2025 playable in public matches again via a new ‘Chaos Moshpit’ playlist that’s live right now.
Black Ops 2′s Chaos Moshpit playlist is exclusive to people who have download Nuketown 2025 and features a number of Black Ops 2′s smaller maps, including Nuketown 2025, and a variety of game modes.
While it’s not a dedicated Nuketown 2025 playlist, Choas Moshpit is a great alternative for people who like to play the often frantic smaller maps in Call of Duty. The maps included in the playlist are Carrier, Cargo, Express, Hijacked, Slums, Standoff, and Nuketown 2025.
The playlist will be added to the PC version of Black Ops 2 tomorrow.