Treyarch, the developer of the latest installment of the Call of Duty franchise, Black Ops 2 has shocked fans this week by removing the popular Nuketown 2025 map from multi-player online play. The reaction has been vocal and unified. Fans, who paid extra to get the map at launch last week, want it back. Many are threatening to return the game or refusing to buy another Treyarch product if the company doesn't fix this. Playstation users, meanwhile, have not even had a reliable multi-player server to play online with. Could this be the end of the franchise? Or will Christmas sales negate the voices of the hard-core fans?
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