Call of duty zombies buried trailer

 

Though the origin of the zombies remains mostly unclear, various incidents leading up to the creation of the zombies can be found via radio messages found in various maps. It was caused by  Element 115 an element found in meteors that can reanimate dead cells. A meteor containing 115 is shown in the map Shi No Numa outside one of the swamp areas. Meteor fragments can be seen on Kino der Toten , Call of the Dead , Shangri-La , Origins , Der Eisendrache , Zetsubou No Shima , and Revelations . Meteors can also be seen on the Moon whenever it is visible.

The earliest sighting of zombies was in France, during the First World War, sometimes between 1917 and 1918, where the Germans first uncovered Element 115. However, zombies have existed since the Middle Ages, as seen by both the Crusader Zombies and the Templar Zombies found in France.

While working with Element 115 to power new weapons and the teleporters , Dr. Ludvig Maxis , a German scientist, discovered it could also reanimate dead cells and created an undead army. Unfortunately, this army could not be controlled as the zombies would always go berserk when tested. Edward Richtofen , Maxis' assistant, believed Maxis was not acting quick enough and decided to betray him to further the research.

Call of duty zombies buried trailer

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Though the origin of the zombies remains mostly unclear, various incidents leading up to the creation of the zombies can be found via radio messages found in various maps. It was caused by  Element 115 an element found in meteors that can reanimate dead cells. A meteor containing 115 is shown in the map Shi No Numa outside one of the swamp areas. Meteor fragments can be seen on Kino der Toten , Call of the Dead , Shangri-La , Origins , Der Eisendrache , Zetsubou No Shima , and Revelations . Meteors can also be seen on the Moon whenever it is visible.

The earliest sighting of zombies was in France, during the First World War, sometimes between 1917 and 1918, where the Germans first uncovered Element 115. However, zombies have existed since the Middle Ages, as seen by both the Crusader Zombies and the Templar Zombies found in France.

While working with Element 115 to power new weapons and the teleporters , Dr. Ludvig Maxis , a German scientist, discovered it could also reanimate dead cells and created an undead army. Unfortunately, this army could not be controlled as the zombies would always go berserk when tested. Edward Richtofen , Maxis' assistant, believed Maxis was not acting quick enough and decided to betray him to further the research.

The game's setting originally takes place in a German bunker (Nacht der Untoten) during World War II from the viewpoint of a US Marine. [5] SS soldiers who have become zombies attempt to infiltrate the bunker and attack the players, and the players must defend themselves in the process.

The objective of the game is to survive each round of invading zombies after which a more difficult round begins. The player begins the game with Colt 1911 and has access to a melee attack via a combat knife. As players fight the zombies, they receive points. These points are used to buy weapons, perks, and access different parts of the map.

Zombies enter from outside the playable map via barricaded entries. As the rounds progress, difficulty increases and the zombies can remove barricades faster. Players are awarded points for replacing barricades as well as killing zombies.