Call of Duty Zombies is a very fun video game for me. When I play call of duty zombies, it is usually on a video game console, but it won’t really make any difference for those of you who play this on PC, unless if you are one who wants to mod. I will be going over zombie maps throughout the span of them all. What I mean by that is, I will be going over some maps from World at War to Black Ops III. It is even a possibility for me to go into Infinite Warfare zombies, but we are just going to leave that one alone.
It all started on the call of duty zombies (CoD) map called Nacht Der Untoten. That was the very first call of duty zombies map to ever be made. Nacht took place in this tiny little WWII bunker that was being surround by undead Nazis. In zombies, you kill zombies and repair broken window barricades to gain points. With those earned points, unlocking new areas, or even buying new weapons is what these points will be spent on. I have a love for Nacht because it is the map that started it all. My next favorite map that came from World at War would have to be Verrückt. Verrückt takes place in an abandoned insane asylum that was ravaged by war. The atmosphere of this map is just plain eerie, due to the fact that there is blood scattered everywhere while you hear faint sounds of the forgotten.
Now for my two favorite maps from the original Black Ops. First up is Call of the Dead. This map had 80’s/90’s horror written all over it. For starters, George A. Romero is the main enemy for the map. If that does scream cliche zombies, then I don’t know what does. The playable characters are: Danny Trejo, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, and Michael Rooker. Again, if this doesn’t scream awesome, I don’t know what does. The map is just a big snowy area surrounding a shipwreck. For my second favorite map on Black Ops, I would have to go with Ascension. This map was always a fun time when you could run a train of zombies using flopper. Flopper is a perk that allows you to dolphin dive off of high places without taking fall damage and letting a barrage of grenades go off at the same time. Also, who doesn’t like rockets and space stuff?
Alright, it is now time for Black Ops II and my two favorite maps from that. My favorite map from II, as well as possibly being one of my favorite maps of all time, is Buried. Buried takes place in an old west town in a giant cavern. With everything being old west themed, it just gives off this incredible zombie atmosphere. There is even a big guy that is trapped in a cell that you can free to carry things for you, even crawlers! My second favorite map for BOII is Nuketown. Now, I generally wouldn’t go for a map so small, but this map is kind of creepy and very challenging. If you are up for a challenge, I definitely recommend this map.
For the final stop on the zombie train, we have Black Ops III and my two favorite maps on this game. I will have to say that Revelations is may favorite zombies map on this game. It is a combination of a handful of maps throughout all of the games. It has pieces of Nacht, Origins, and more! This is the final destination for Dempsey, Nikolai, Takeo, and Richtofen. These guys have been in the scene since the map called Shi No Numa in World at War. It will be hard to say farewell to these guys, but they have fought enough zombies to last three lifetimes. My second favorite map on this game is Der Eisendrache. It is kind of a weird map to explain. There are stone dragon heads that you can bring to life and feed zombies to fulfill part of the Easter egg. This map is a very hectic one, and can trap you real easy if you are not careful.
That wraps up all of the main games that have zombies mode in it. As I said, Infinite Warfare has zombies, but it is no Treyarch zombies. Hopefully I have inspired you guys and gals to go out and try zombies for yourselves.