The Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombie Mode has been revealed! More accurately, somebody has leaked a video of the mode, and there's an awesome surprise waiting for gamers. If you don't want it spoiled, we suggest you click away from the page. For those of us who need our zombie news fix right now, hop aboard.
As it turns out, Treyarch look to have one-upped their Zombie Mode from World at War. How, you ask, could someone create something more entertaining than Zombie Nazis? The answer, ladies and gentlemen, is Presidents fighting Zombies.
Yes, what you see there is real: Robert McNamara, John F Kennedy, Fidel Castro, and Richard Nixon, loaded and ready to unleash on the undead. The Pentagon has been breached, and its up to these four to hold the barricades and go down like legends. There's no way you can say this doesn't appeal to you -- and hearing Nixon's crazy exclamations is just icing on the cake. Oh, what's that? You didn't know you could hear them? Treyarch even included a hilarious intro scene to the scenario, which you can check out here:
There's no telling if these characters will be used for other zombie missions, but there is a chance Treyarch may have produced different sets of heroes for different, ridiculous scenarios. Now that we've seen this, there's no telling what else might be in store. But let me tell you, it's probably going to be awesome.
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Since this news came as a leak rather than a release, it might still be awhile before we get our next look at Zombie Mode, and until then, we can only speculate on what other scenarios there could possibly be. Perhaps we should wonder how Fidel himself -- the only member of this cast of characters who is still alive -- might react to seeing this?
What do you think of the Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombie Mode cast? What other historical characters would you like to see in the game?
Call of Duty: Black Ops is set to be released on November 9, 2010, for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC with full 3D support, and on Wii and DS in 2D.