Calling all Call of Duty fans, GameStop is offering a pretty sweet deal. With Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 just around the corner, players who preorder the title at the video game retailer will get a personalization pack inspired by the first-person shooter's multiplayer map Nuketown, which will be called Nuk3town.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will be rolling out on Nov. 6, so while it's not here yet, players can prepare and plan out the perks they can get before then. With the Loyalty Personalization Pack, this DLC is the perfect cherry on top of the Call of Duty sundae.

The DLC pack will include a Nuk3town-themed calling card, weapon camo and three weapon reticles along with the map. Take note that this can be acquired from other retailers as well.

"Everyone who preorders Black Ops III at GameStop also gets the Nuk3town multiplayer map. This perk isn't exclusive to GameStop, however, as it's offered at retailers everywhere," GameStop posted on its website.

In 2010, the map made its first appearance in the first Black Ops game. Then in 2012, it made another appearance in the second Black Ops title, and it was called Nuketown 2025. Also, it was included in the Black Ops Declassified game, and it was called Nukehouse. This time, the Nuketown map is returning to Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, and it will be known as Nuk3town.

The game developers announced before that a single-player campaign will be coming exclusively to recent-generation consoles and the PC. To add insult to injury, this Nuketown-themed DLC will unfortunately only come to the aforementioned platforms, which means that last-generation console owners won't be getting the futuristic Nuk3town map. And to wrap things up, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 will be running at 60 fps on the newer platforms and PC, whereas the title will run at 30 fps on the older platforms.

Don't forget to check out the Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 gameplay launch trailer below to get even more hyped for the upcoming action-packed shooter.

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