After fans of Treyarch’s Zombies mode were left disappointed when Call of Duty advanced warfare zombies Warfare didn’t feature a dedicated zombies map, Sledgehammer surprised everyone when it announced that a new Exo Zombies mode would be included in the DLC pack Havoc, out this January. The trailer that accompanied the announcement was enough to get some people very excited, and even featured a star-studded cast of famous actors.
Players will play through the story of a private military corporation called Atlas, which is overrun by infected humans and mutated animals. The player will need to scour the facility for an exo-suit, which they can use to survive the onslaught of enemies. The mutated animals are much faster than regular zombies, and can kill you in a matter of seconds. Infection rounds can also spawn a horde of zombie-dogs that are incredibly difficult to kill.
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Unlike previous games, the player doesn’t spawn with an exo-suit, but can find one in the main facility area. Players can also upgrade their weapons and perks, which will increase the chances of survival. The game features a number of random Mystery Boxes and Weapon Upgrade Stations, which resemble the Perk-A-Cola stations from Treyarch’s Zombies, but they show up in different areas of the map. There’s also a randomized 3D printer, which can be used to drop a distraction drone that will distract zombies for 5-7 seconds, giving players a chance to escape.
To maximize your chances of survival, players should always try to camp in the decontamination area. They should also keep a few camouflage and distraction drone pick-ups, as these can come in handy when the zombies start to horde. Also, players should remember that infected zombies and mutated crawlers will bleed out when hit, so they should be avoided as much as possible.