Zombie mode of “Call of Duty” has come back in “Black Ops III,” and it’s called “Shadows of Evil.” According to some reports, the mode is really ambitious. It is set in the 1940s.
The Zombie mode on “Black Ops III” has a full story that stars Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, Ron Perlman, Neal McDonough, and Robert Picardo. On Thursday, details were revealed during Comic-Con in San Diego, an event that is dominated by games in recent times.
The latest edition of the “Call of Duty” franchise is set to be released on November 6 for PlayStation 4. Treyarch, the developer, has something great to show with regards to the zombie mode.
According to Treyarch, “Call of Duty: Black Ops III: Zombies – Shadows of Evil drops players into a recognizable yet terrifyingly unfamiliar world, as they uncover the secrets and challenges laid out for them by a shadowy figure, who holds their fate in his hands. Set in a 1940’s film-noir era, Shadows of Evil introduces four unwitting characters – The Magician, The Femme-Fatale, The Cop and The Boxer – into an unraveling experience masterminded by the mysterious Shadow Man.”
Some unusual features are added in the game that make it a bit more dramatic. For example, you can eat candy and get special power like tentacle arms. It’s weird but fun at the same time.
In a statement, Mark Lamia, studio head of Treyarch, said, “Treyarch has crafted a totally unique and face-melting gameplay experience for our loyal Zombies community, with Call of Duty: Black Ops III: Zombies – Shadows of Evil.”
According to Mark, “The development team has packed Shadows of Evilwith more gameplay and fun than any other experience before it, and has an appropriately twisted and deep narrative, performed by fantastic acting talent that will keep our fans spinning.”
On the other hand, the Juggernog Collector’s Edition of “Call of Duty: Black Ops III” was announced by Treyarch on July 9. The fully-functioning mini-fridge comes with the game, the season pass, and “The Giant”—a remake of “Der Rise,” fan-favorite zombie map. This is the first time an appliance includes a video game, and that seems fascinating, too.