In a brand new Dexerto poll, fans revealed which multiplayer maps from various previous Black Ops games they want to see remastered in Black Ops Cold War during the game’s upcoming DLC releases.
When the Black Ops Cold War content release just launched after launch, there’s no doubt that players will get some remasters of classic Black Ops maps at some point in the future, such as how Raid and Nuketown were brought back.
Although society has no direct influence in deciding which maps will be recast, a new poll conducted by Dexerto has revealed which remasters they may want to see from future DLC drops.
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Black Ops 2 map Standoff comes in first place with almost 44.6% of the votes. The map was already made once in Black Ops 3, and while it has enjoyed appearances in BO4’s Blackout mode and CoD: Mobile, it has not been remastered en masse and is certainly still a fan favorite.
In second place was another Black Ops 2 map, hijacked. Like Standoff, this little map was also redesigned in Black Ops 3 and appeared in Blackout and CoD: Mobile as well. The gap between the two Black Ops 2 maps in the poll is significant, with a separation of over 10%.
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Third and fourth place are respectively the Black Ops 1 maps Firing Range and Summit. The gap between these two and the first pair is staggering, with only 15% of voters wanting the former and only 8% wanting the latter.
This should not be too surprising, as both have been remastered several times, appearing in literally every single Black Ops game in a way, shape or form.
Beyond the four that were available in the poll, a map that also appeared occasionally in the comments, Radiation from Black Ops 1. This map is unique to the fact that it has not been redesigned at all since it was the original release, something which means 10 years since the players have set foot there.
At the end of the day, who knows what maps will return for Black Ops Cold War.
Although it would be nice for more obscure maps like Radiation, it seems at the end of the day that Treyarch wants to stick to popular maps for now.