This page is part of IGNs Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Wiki guide and details everything you need to know about completing the Nuketown ’84 Mannequin Easter Egg.
Whether it’s understanding the timing, finding the mannequins, or simply unlocking the unique Synth Wave soundtrack and in-game filter, we have you covered in our complete Nuketown ’84 Easter Egg walkthrough below.
Complete Nuketown ’84 Easter Egg Walkthrough
The famous Nuketown Mannequin Easter Egg has returned in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s latest map, Nuketown ’84.
Thankfully, completing the Nuketown ’84 Easter Egg is very straightforward can be completed in just a few simple steps. To start the Mannequin Easter Egg, first begin by loading a custom offline game in the main menu. While the Easter Egg can be completed in the online Multiplayer mode, it will be incredibly difficult to do so, as the map is very fast pace.Once the game has launched, you will want to start the process of shooting all of the heads off the mannequins that can be found around the map. Unfortunately, the mannequin spawns are random and while they do have set spawn locations, they aren’t guaranteed to spawn in the same locations every time.You will want to move quickly though, as you will have just 60 seconds to shoot off all of the mannequins heads before you will need to restart the challenge.Upon successfully shooting all of the mannequins heads, your screen will glitch out and a retro 80s themed filter will be applied to your game, along with a funky Synth Wave soundtrack. While the filters are random, it is worth mentioning that it does happen to come in two different colors: blue and purple.
How to Unlock Nuketown ’84 Zombies Easter Egg
Unlike previous Black Ops games, Nuketown ’84 does not currently feature a Zombies Easter Egg. It’s still early days though, so it is still very possible for another Easter Egg to be found within the game.
Keep an eye on this page, as we will update the Easter Egg with any new information as it is found.