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  1. With a map like Nacht at least, I think the appeal of it (especially with today's overly-complex Zombies maps) is how barebones it is. I feel like adding GobbleGums to the map will take away from that.
  2. I'm beyond excited for the DLC, but I am worried about how the Gobblegums will be incorporated. I'm sure it'll be fine on the Black Ops maps, but World at War is worrying, especially Nacht. I hope at the very least they will restrict use of certain gobblegums on those maps.
  3. So the timeline thing confirmed the BO2 maps are in 2025. Good to finally get an answer to that.

  4. Just saw a mini-discussion on Reddit why Zombies should have an Auschwitz map ,and a Hiroshima map. :/

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    2. Spider3000


      Yeah, I wouldn't mind a fictional setting. Zombies was never a serious enough game mode to tackle something like that though. What annoyed me about the discussion was that the people literally asking to see undead Japanese civillians, and undead Jewish concentration camp workers were upvoted, while the people pointing out how tasteless that would be were downvoted.

    3. anonymous


      I have to disagree with you two there. I actually prefer real existed places over fictional locations. Just no concentration camps or other places where mass destruction of humans took place. So also no fictional deathcamp or nuclear bombed city. I like real existed (or existing) places. Oh, and @Spider3000, that latter thing you say makes me really concerned about the majority of CoDZombies Reddit users

    4. Spider3000


      I think you misunderstand me. I too prefer real life locations, but obviously Auschwitz is several steps too far.


      And yeah, Reddit sometimes can be a cause for concern.

  5. Definitely misdirection with that last Luke line. Also, are those AT-ATs I see, in the shot with the red smoke? The Force Awakens got enough comparisons to A New Hope, we don't need this to be compared to Empire. :/ Pretty good trailer overall though.
  6. I want the next game to completely ignore anything to do with the Apothicons, or Monty or Primis. Let's just start "afresh". Sounds unlikely but a far departure from Black Ops 3 would be great, and might even get me back into Zombies again.
  7. We've all been bamboozled.
  8. Today's banner is amazing.

  9. Banned for not having Facebook.
  10. I'd agree for the most part since CoD sees a general decline every year. However, Infinite Warfare's release was considered a disappointment to Activision, despite being the highest selling game of the year. I think Activision have started to realise that fans don't like the direction the game is going in, hence Sledgehammer announcing their next game would be boots on the ground. Exactly. Zombies is a tried and tested formula, that we'll see every year now, instead of every three. Extinction's failure probably contributed to this, but regardless they'll milk Zombies to death instead of create new innovative modes. Very ironic, considering Zombies was created and became the success it was through innovation and taking chances.
  11. Sorry to hear about this. I know of some of the work you've done over the last few years, and it really revitalised the forum. Good luck with everything in the future.
  12. I'd probably just cry in a corner until I'd inevitably get eaten.
  13. fog

    Good post, I agree completely. My interest in Zombies is almost completely dead now, thanks to Black Ops 3. In fact, I can't even be angry about that because I just don't care anymore.
  14. I think what Jason meant by the whole "18 months" thing is that the DLC is meant to tide people over until the next Treyarch game (which should be announced in roughly that time).
  15. Hello Good Sir! How are you today?

Call of Duty Zombies

Call of Duty Zombies started back in 2009 as the original Zombies community. With over 20,000 members and growing, CoDz remains the official community for Treyarch's beloved mode, giving fans the platform to contribute to discussions and help shape the foundation of what Zombies has become today.