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  1. Yeah, being able to take that extra hit in BO4 100% helps when you have no perks. That said, a lot of those clips were first room challenges with no perks and he still survived, even with the 4 hits on BO4 you wouldn't survive a lot of those instances. Oh it gets even more fucked up in the high rounds once you get supersprinters coming in. Rounds 50+ when they're all sprinters, forget it lol, you'll need a shield and a fairly large area to make trains runable.
  2. This is weird lol, BO3 was just as easy as BO1 for trains! Another compilation here, notice how insane some of these BO3 clips are, again this kinda shit wouldn't even be possible on BO4:
  3. It's definitely easier to avoid the one zombie in BO4, but the way you could duke out entire hoards and manipulate their movements was another level, it just made the game so much more fun. There's no way you could do this sort of thing now. The zombies hit you like mad in BO4, they predict your path a lot better rather than committing to your original path for a split second etc. Same reason a lot of the former guys who were mad on stuff like first room challenges like 5and5, heyimAlex, IlSteveIl etc. don't bother with them anymore, it's just not as fun, all those crazy cutbacks and everything just don't work anymore.
  4. You just can't do this sort of thing anymore. You'd get smacked the fuck up in seconds with the new AI if you tried this, even with being able to take 4 hits now. The days of these kinds of epic videos coming up all over the place where players manipulated the AI to make insane looking cutbacks and dodges and everything, are gone. The zombies AI was just so much more fun to work with back then.
  5. Don't get me wrong I'm certainly not a fan of it, but my goal is round 100 on every BO4 map so it had to be done Yeah it has its uses, the lunge attack with the Bowie knife is really powerful so good for taking down a lone zombie that gets in your way. Even the swipe attack is always a one-hit kill with the golden spork on Blood as well. Yeah, as I said above I''m still not a fan of it at all, but when I saw this strategy I was like, that actually looks quite fun, and stopped me dreading doing it. I'll most likely use the old faithful on Voyage, camping in the Lower Grand Staircase area with the Salvo and elemental Kraken. Still gotta learn the map yet as I know almost nothing about it, the layout confuses me lol, I've only played it like twice. Plans after that is just round 100 on whatever the DLC4 map is. I assume there's not going to be a DLC5 at this point. Once all the maps are done, just playing Blackout like I've been doing 90% of the time on BO4 Love the Alcatraz mode on that.
  6. This strategy was found by Ashy on YouTube a couple of weeks ago, I really couldn't be bothered with this map beforehand as I didn't enjoy it, but this strategy made it alright and requires very little setup. You basically use the Electric Cherry perk modifier, which when you reload from empty gives you a ~13 second charge which improves your damage, and the Ethereal perk combined with the Ballistic knife with this charge means one-hit kills with it. So you shot a Ballistic knife to empty the clip and start the charge (pick it back up so you don't ever run out of ammo) and then slice away until the charge runs out and repeat. The Overkill (death machine) is really good for this strategy. You camp at the top of the stairs in the yellow house garden, with all doors closed. This includes the power door which means you can't do the Generator step, but you don't need the PaP or anything else besides perks and the Ballistic knife non-upgraded so yeah. I had a down on round 81 due to the zombies all coming up the stairs where I stood a bit far forward and wasn't paying attention, so be careful with that. Box luck was also pretty shitty but got there eventually, apart from that went well. As well as requiring no ammo's, this strategy also is nice and simple to set up which is great. I also had Wall Power to rock the PaP'ed VAPR in case I didn't get anything good for the dog rounds, but I ended up getting the Ray Gun MKII so I kept that instead. You camp at the bottom of the stairs in the bunker just below the yellow house garden for fastest spawns on dog rounds. Total game time was 4hr 45 mins. Just got Voyage to do now! Plus of course whatever maps come in the future, which is probably just the DLC 4 map though due to the obvious time shortage cause of BO5 already being in development for next year.
  7. Yeah, I also loved Eisendrache, also really liked Rev which I know isn't a popular opinion. Obviously Chronicles was incredible, I loved the different spin on things that the new features brought. Tbh though even BO2 I didn't like, thought most of the maps were pretty terrible and Origins is overrated AF.
  8. Yeah, without wanting to sound like an old fart I miss the old days of BO1 and [email protected] The zombies mode was simple, just get tooled up and kill zombies in new and interesting environments. The story was about a Nazi group that did experiments on soldiers and created zombies, which all got far-fetched enough by Moon anyway. Then come BO3 aliens are thrown into the mix and it was just fucking stupid, the zombies are now an afterthought. The maps are hit and miss whereas in the first couple of games, I genuinely enjoyed every map.
  9. 3. Nacht. I think it's cause it's the first map I ever played and it's so bare-bones, it just feels like horror movie where you're shacked up in a bunker with zombies coming at you until you inevitably die. The sounds and atmosphere on the [email protected] version were creepy as hell. 2. Verruckt. Similar to above with the sounds and atmosphere (war time asylums are always gonna be creepy), but the general feel of the map and how tight everywhere is and the sprinters upped the ante. 1. Blood of The Dead. It's just a scary map. The story behind it makes it creepy enough, and there's writing in blood all over the walls, bodies everywhere and the cutscenes just give you this impending sense of doom. Atmosphere-wise, we need more of this, we haven't had this level of eeriness since [email protected]
  10. 1. The One. Absolute classic, and it's a song from a zombies perspective and I just get chills and waves of nostalgia every time I hear it from what I consider better times in the zombies community and game in general. 2. Nightmare, just cause Imma Try It Out is hideous. 3. Remember Forever. Again, it's just a track that gives me chills, the Chronicles story trailer was so epic and was in a time when I felt extremely excited about zombies for the first time in years. 4. Mystery. Elena > A7X every time, for me, she IS zombies. 5. Carrion, only just cause I don't really like either song but I had to vote one and I only slightly prefer it.
  11. I really, really liked the last two DLCs despite BO4 getting off to the rocky start for me. This map for me though is just... people who have been subscribed to my YouTube for a while have probably noticed the lack of uploads, cause I've messed around with the map quite a bit figuring strategies and stuff and I just don't have any desire to attempt another high round on it.
  12. Don't get me wrong, I don't like the huge maps, so it's not the size that bothers me. I dunno, I just expected a bit more than the addition of the bunker which is mostly just the Blackout bunker reworked. I mean, again don't get me wrong, I love remastered content, there's nothing better than seeing my old favourites bought into the current era with new features and all; but this is part of the main DLC so I expected some totally new content. I thought there would be the main areas, a bit of bunker that we'd already seen and then probably a totally new expanded area that we've never seen. With this said, I think it might be growing on me just a tad. Unfortunately I've not had the time this week to check it out much, always seems to be the way when these maps first release lol, but I've done some more exploring and did find some other options which might make the gameplay more fun as I hinted at in the video description of my bit of footage I put out of my 76 run, and then Sulky put out a couple of strategies that I basically already spoke about in that video which confirmed they'd work without me having to test them, which is cool. So I'll definitely be having another go at it, though I can tell already, it's gonna be low on the list of my favourite BO4 maps once this season is wrapped up. Suppose with the last two maps really hitting the mark, in hindsight it's been a while since Treyarch have made an entire season of maps that have all been great in the eyes of everybody, hell even BO1 had its maps that were hated by many. I suppose I'm just disappointed that one of the main DLC maps is recycled content and just lacks soul and atmosphere and I feel like it was a lazy effort on Treyarch's part. That said, I loved Rev which you could say was a very lazy effort on Treyarch's part lol, but it had atmosphere and the playability factor was off the charts.
  13. Alternate timeline where the events from Nuketown Zombies haven't actually taken place, I'd imagine. I mean, Nuketown Zombies happened as Black Ops 1 Moon was happening, and of course the latter hasn't happened at all in the current timeline.
  14. 6662 slows down the zombies to shambling speed also, doesn't alter their health. Saw this one being input and the result in one of Glitching Queens videos. So it basically does the same thing as 3279. P.S. Can we get this thread stickied, incredibly useful
  15. A patch or even 100 patches isn't going to change much for me tbh. The map itself is my issue. The way it's laid out and the aesthetic are just horrible. That said, I did notice this game that zombies don't seem to spawn in the bunker when you're hanging in the areas outside the entrances, so the saving grace for this map might be that there are some fast spawn strategies to be had around these areas if specific doors are kept closed. I'll be having another go if it works how I think it's gonna work, I'll test-run it this time though lol.

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