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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:01pm 28/09/10 | 6 Comments
The much-loved feature Treyarch introduced in Call of Duty: World at War, Nazi Zombies, will make a full return in Call of Duty: Black Ops, it seems, after CVG had a look at the game's official BradyGames Game Guide which boasts: "A complete walkthrough to the gritty Cold War-era Campaign mode, tips and tricks to rank up in Multiplayer, how to excel in Co-Op, or fight back the relentless Nazi Zombie horde".

Further to this new-found proof of the existence of zombies, Treyrch uber-boss, Mark Lamia, in an interview with Edge Magazine explained that Treyarch have been listening closely to the core community when it comes to war zombies.

"We continued to evolve [Nazi Zombies] after World At War," he said. "There was a dialogue going on with some of our hardcore community, and we were able to interact with the community and evolve - we did that with our zombie lore."

All of this seems to coincide with what's going on over here.



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Skitzo_Zac
Posted 12:53pm 28/9/10
If only this game had proper dedicated servers...
Eorl
Posted 01:28pm 28/9/10
Meh, it's got a somewhat version of dedicated servers. Yes it won't be as good as user hosted ones, but I'd rather, in Australia especially, ISP hosted servers. We all know how bad Australian user speeds are, with such varying speeds that getting a "good" server, would be hard.
FraktuRe
Posted 01:35pm 28/9/10
The servers in australia are hosted by internode now.
Sam
Posted 04:20pm 28/9/10
aussie servers will be good. maybe not for launch, but soon after they will make more servers. Hecks to the yesss
Trauma
Posted 07:47pm 28/9/10
Woo zombies.
Totenkopf
Posted 09:33pm 28/9/10
boring...
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