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Updated: 'Black Ops 2' Nuketown DLC codes failing on PS3

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Update: Activision has since urged fans to visit its customer support website and fill out a form for an immediate replacement.

Original Story: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 users are experiencing problems redeeming 'Nuketown 2025' codes on the PS3.

Codes for 'Nuketown 2025' were issued to pre-order customers and included as part of the Black Ops 2: Hardened Edition.

First image of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Nuketown 2025 map

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However, a number of PS3 users have been unable to download the multiplayer map, with some reporting that their codes have already been used in Germany.

Activision has urged fans to keep trying their codes while it looks into the matter.

The PS3 version has been experiencing server issues since launch, with a large number of users unable to connect to multiplayer matches.

Game design director David Vonderhaar previously told forum users that the team was working hard on a fix, before tweeting: "We are indeed up and running, but we are also aware not everyone can connect. We are investigating something with our partners at Sony.

"We are currently testing backend matchmaking changes that we think can help with this. I don't have a time table, or I would tell you."
Despite launch problems, which included some PC users receiving the wrong game disc, Activision believes that the latest Call of Duty game is on track to become the biggest entertainment launch of all time.

Black Ops 2 is available on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC worldwide now, and on Wii U from November 18 in North America and November 30 in Europe.

> Launch guide: Everything you need to know about 'Black Ops 2'
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