More Zombie details for the Call of Duty: Black Ops Collectors Editions

Today we had word about some new “Black Ops: Intel” for the Collector’s Edition bundle.
If you a big fan of Zombies and want to get all you can out of Black Ops Zombies then it looks like Prestige and Hardened Edition will be worth picking up. In both version of Call of Duty: Black Ops Collectors Editions, will give you four Zombies maps that brought the zombie apocalypse to the Call of Duty world!

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Ares84PS34986d ago

I'm getting the regular edition and when they release these as DLC I'll get it than.

Obama4986d ago

most likely you have to pay for the dlc as well. Dammit Activition and their money grabbing strategy.

dragonelite4986d ago

Hell im cheaper out getting the 43 euro regular version plus the 15 euro dlc which im pretty sure will cost like that. Then ordering the 85 euro hardened edition.

AstroZombie14986d ago

"the original Nacht der Üntoten, Verrückt, Shi No Numa, and Der Riese from Call of Duty: World at War and its subsequent DLC map packs."

So the 4 Zombie Maps and the regular MP maps too?

Relientk774986d ago

the original Nacht der Üntoten was actually on the game disc

then there were 3 map packs

each of those map packs had one new Nazi Zombie map

this makes 4 maps for Zombies

Hope that clears it up for u


AlwaysPlayStation4986d ago

We meant "original" as they are in the original form just with some graphical enhancements and audio upgrades. No new layouts of the level design etc.

Sorry for the confusion!

Relientk774986d ago

I just preordered the Hardened edition from Amazon today

come on Nov. 9th

swift_monkee4986d ago

modern weapons for zombies!! :)


All Call of Duty Black Ops Games Ranked

The Nerd Stash: "Developed by Treyarch Studios, Call of Duty: Black Ops games are some of the best in the series in terms of gameplay, story, and -- of course -- Zombies."

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Rynxie19d ago (Edited 19d ago )

Black ops 4, because it was the last cod of duty I was able to dominate with a +2 k/d ratio. Before all the freaking cheating started to happen. It was nice catching people off guard and shooting at them first and getting the kill. Unlike now, where I shoot people first, but they gun me down with less hits, less time, literally feels like they can kill me in a split second. At times, they are able to run away after me shooting them way more than necessary, yet, the second I'm spotted, I'm dead, there's no me running away to cover. They can do cartwheels, summersaults, backflips and gun you down perfectly. They can shoot you across the map with perfect accuracy. They can jump around like morons and gun you down without even having to correct their aim. They have superman split second perfect reactions. That's the best way to describe it, everything they do is spot on perfect. They can spam and spray (no praying) their gun from far away, because they have no recoil or bullet spread. It always feels like I have to aim and also correct my aim when moving around, while these pricks don't have to do the same.

And yes, I know how to play fps games. I dominated many fps games like: Resistance 1&2, kz 2&3, Socom, MAG, Crysis, Gotham City Impostors, blitz brigade etc. all with 2-4 k/d ratio. Kz2 (lag input controls) and resistance (no aim assist in resistance) being the hardest and were the games I reached either close to a 3 k/d ratio or above.

I truly got to enjoy blacks ops 4 and got my money's worth out of it. Afterwords, I would either stop playing cod games after a while, because of the cheating, or would skip buying cod games for a year or two before buying another.


Off-Map Exploration of Black Ops' Kino der Toten Reveals Cut Content And Secrets

The video on Black Ops 1 shows some separate rooms, assets, and other features which exist outside of the boundary of the game.


Black Ops 1 Nuketown versus Cold War Nuketown '84

From DownSights: "Black Ops is not Black Ops without Nuketown. Following the tradition of releasing Nuketown for Black Ops games, the new Black Ops Cold War game also offers a revamped Nuketown called Nuketown '84.

Nuketown '84 has the same dimensions and map layout except for the aesthetics. The map's aesthetics have changed to fit the 80s theme, with destroyed buildings and graffiti-filled walls compared to a clean 50s suburban neighborhood seen in Black Ops 1."