Are you looking forward to all the content in Operation Apocalypse Z? To capitalise on the craze, it does feature a battle royale mode named Blackout as a replacement. Zombies have leeched most of the life from the landscape forcing the alive to take refuge and survive amongst a deep fog and familiar Zombies sights and sounds.
There are going to be massive changes to the Blackout map as well. Coming later in the Operation, brand-new Zombie-themed Blackout modes will also debut in the game, including Pandemic and Alcatraz Horde.More news: Our First Look at Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+
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On top of Shadows making an appearance in the game, Avenged Sevenfold has also confirmed that their music will yet again be appearing in another Black Ops game in the Blackout update. This character is a heavily-armed robot who is particularly proficient when using explosive firepower, wielding a Special Issue Weapon and Equipment, those being the Scythe and Radar Shroud respectively. This content pack focused on multiplayer includes new weapons, a continuation of classic zombie experience, changes to Blackout mode, and more. All this to reflect the impending zombie apocalypse. You'll fight through new levels, against new zombies, and find new Easter Eggs. As well, other new maps, The Museum of Unnatural History and Havana, will be available.
Black Ops originals include Der Schatten, Remnant, and Havana. The map is designed in a Z-shape resulting in a combination of close and long-ranged firefights.
If you're a Black Ops Pass owner, you'll also get the penultimate chapter of the Aether storyline called Alpha Omega.
It's interesting to see this new take on an old favourite, especially given how we've seen remastered games from the series of late. Will you be jumping back into Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 to play this new content?