Yeah, this is one of those "the picture and headline say it all" stories; Twitter and Call of Duty, a match made in heaven. The above image was Tweeted with the text "There goes the neighborhood."
That's about it for this teaser, though the prospect of gunning down zombies with futuristic weaponry in Call of Duty: Black Ops II's re-imagined Nuketown 2025 map sounds admittedly enjoyable. Keep in mind you'll have to pre-order the game if you want that map before it inevitably gets sold as downloadable content.
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