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'Call of Duty: Vanguard' Zombies Mode Unveiled In Wild New Trailer

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'Call of Duty: Vanguard' Zombies Mode Unveiled In Wild New Trailer

Call of Duty: Vanguard has just revealed its Zombies mode in a wild new trailer, and the Nazis are back. Only... deader, this time. Activision dropped a first look at how we're going to be battling the undead in the upcoming FPS game and it looks like chaos as usual - excellent.

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Accompanied with a remixed version of Billie Eilish's Bury a Friend, the trailer shows that in the pursuit to win the Second World War, it seems one Nazi general became possessed by some sort of undead god. Standard stuff. Now, he can raise zombies from the corpses of his comrades and get back on the battlefield. The upshot of this? Lots of Nazi zombies for you to fight. Business as usual in a COD game then.

You can watch the trailer for Call of Duty Zombies below...

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"Your mission: Stop the undead army with a new set of Dark Aether skills," the trailer description reads. "Welcome to Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies."

If you're unfamiliar with Call of Duty's Zombies mode, it's sort of a tradition at this point to have the hard and fast mainline version of the series and then the undead as a little treat, like a side dish if you will. At its core its horde modes and sticky survival situations, but Activision makes sure that you've got fun glowy enemies to deal for extra flavour.

Zombies is once again being developed by Treyarch, the studio that originally kicked zombies all the way back in 2009's World at War. You can bet that the team probably knows what makes this mode so successful, then.

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Fans will be glad to know it's also a continuation of the Dark Aether storyline that we saw in Call of Duty: Cold War. If you're invested in these grisly ghouls, that's good news for you. However, you shouldn't get too comfortable, as Activision has promised a bit of a twist when it comes to the evolution of the mode. It's unclear what this means at the moment, but we're intrigued to see how it all shakes out when Call Of Duty: Vanguard and Zombies launch November 5.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty Vanguard

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