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New Open-World COD Zombies Mode Is Basically 'World War Z' Meets 'Black Ops'

New Open-World COD Zombies Mode Is Basically 'World War Z' Meets 'Black Ops'

The Outbreak is here.

Ewan Moore

Ewan Moore

Activision has revealed all of the new content coming to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Call Of Duty: Warzone Season Two. Starting February 25, the new season of content will include four new operators, six new weapons, four new maps, new multiplayer modes, new prestige levels, and new Warzone points of interest.

Most interesting of all, however, is confirmation of the all-new open-world Zombies experience: Outbreak. Check out the Season Two trailer below.

Outbreak is described as the next chapter of the Dark Aether story, which is probably only something that will make sense to you if you follow the series' story. Those that do will be deleted to know that Oubreak takes Requiem into the Ural Mountains. Those that don't give a toss about the story just need to know that it's a co-op experience for up to four players on a massive map, and it includes vehicles.

Here's the official description:

"Continuing the Dark Aether story, Outbreak takes place across massive play spaces throughout the Ural Mountains, packed with new enemies, team objectives, player rewards, and intel to discover on foot, in vehicles, or by jump pads. Whether its hunting down elite enemies using a satellite tracker, escorting a Rover that detects dimensional portals, or holding out against zombies in a confined Dark Aether zone, agents of Requiem will need to complete these investigations before they can Exfil... or risk entering a Dark Aether portal to a new region for even more rewards."

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Meanwhile, Warzone is getting a few new points of interest that seem to be building towards a larger story. A cargo tanker that went missing at sea has now been spotted making its way toward the Port of Verdansk. "Operators within the vicinity are recommended to exercise extreme caution," reads the official blurb, "as the ship is carrying unknown cargo, and its crew are not able to be contacted."

Zombies? Yeah, it's gotta be more zombies. As if that wasn't enough, something is "beginning to rumble" deep underneath Verdansk. No doubt Season Two has its share of secrets that players will begin to uncover in the coming weeks. Bring it on.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, News, Infinity Ward, Activision