As part of Requiem, a CIA-backed international response team led by Gregory Weaver from the original Black Ops story, operatives explore a World War II bunker that hasn’t only been ravaged by time... While fighting to suppress the unnatural phenomena at this graffiti-skinned, boarded-up bunker, Requiem team members investigate what lies beneath this structure that’s been left to crumble after decades of disservice.
The Omega Group also has a keen interest in studying and harnessing the unexplained events and anomalies manifesting around the globe. Between Requiem and Omega Group, there are plenty of characters who may aid or hinder your journey, while others have separate, unknown agendas that will be up to players to discover.
For a more thorough look behind the scenes and more intel on the new story and characters that comprise Call of Duty®:Black Ops Cold War Zombies, visit the Trey arch blog. Just like Multiplayer, squads in Zombies can be formed across platforms and generations, marking the first time in franchise history this co-op mode is available via cross-play.
Players will now advance through the Battle Pass with time played in Zombies, similar to Multiplayer and Call of Duty:War zone™. This also adds more variety and fun to finding new weapons through Wall Buys and the Mystery Box.
Outside of weaponry, players can deploy Field Upgrades as proactive abilities that add another layer to squad-based tactics. From offensive buffs to abilities that aid in evasion or healing and reviving, these Field Upgrades are made to fit numerous play styles and situations.
Instead of perishing to the horde, Black Ops Cold War Zombies provides a new option to escape with your life when you’re feeling overrun... if you dare. Although zombie spawns will be dialed up to 11, you should expect to earn some rewards if your squad completes this final push to survive.
Zombies are just one part of the full Black Ops Cold War experience, which is scheduled to launch November 13th. Visit CallofDuty.com to digitally pre-order now and get instant rewards like the Woods Operator Pack* for immediate use in Modern Warfare® and War zone, and secure early access to the Open Beta**, first on PS4.
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PREVIEW The Cast of ZOMBIES Raise your hand if you remember watching every single Disney Channel Original Movie growing up.
Now, keep those hands raised if you also remember dancing along to movies like High School Musical and Camp Rock. Well, if you've been catching up on Dooms from Disney+, you can also get back in the groove with Disney Channel movie dance tutorials on YouTube.
If you find yourself scrolling through TikTok in your free time, you may have recently seen a video from High School Musical star, Ashley Tisdale, dancing to “We're All in This Together.” If you saw that, you probably saw Vanessa Huygens' duet video singing (and drinking a glass of wine) in response.
Seeing these two reunite may have hit you right in the nostalgia feels, which means all you want to do is have a movie marathon of the Disney Channel Originals ASAP. Watching Demi Lovato break it down in “Can't Back Down” is motivation enough to make you want to get up and move as well.
Before Ross Lynch was going to hell with Sabrina, Main Mitchell was getting into some Good Trouble, and Jordan Fisher was getting letters from Lara Jean, they all starred in the movie, Teen Beach Movie. The Disney Descendants franchise has an all-star cast that includes Dove Cameron and Sofia Carson.
Another great dance to learn from Disney's Descendants 2 is “Chilling' Like A Villain.” Embrace your inner Disney villain as you move along to the steps taught by the movie's choreographer and Sofia Carson.
It also works just fine if your preferred method of exercise is bicycling instead of running; just make sure you set it to track you in GPS mode. When the app opens, you'll see a bird's eye-view of Abel Township, the community you'll belong to as Runner 5 (more on that later).
The app then pulls up your active playlist, and you get a song or two while you continue to exercise. If you're using external playlist support, listening to tracks from Pandora, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, some other service, or some other media player on your phone, the game has no way of knowing when a song will end, so it will simply pause the external player to interject story clips at specific intervals.
As your tracks play, occasionally they'll get quiet, and you'll hear a computerized voice tell you that you've picked up certain useful items, such as medical supplies, food, bottled water, weapons, or clothing. The game display will show how far behind you, they are (if you can safely look at it), and you'll get two more vocal notifications before evading them.
You'll know when the story is over because you'll hear a beeping, and the same computerized voice you heard earlier will say “Mission complete.” The game will then switch into Radio Mode and continue playing songs interspersed with story clips from Abel Township's resident music radio DJs for as long as you feel like running on.
At any point, you can touch the 'stop mission' button to return to Abel Township ('base'). If you stop (or the app crashes) before completing the mission, next time you start you'll pick up with the next story segment.
If you stop after completing it, the game will queue up the next story mission (or give you the option to download it). You can also touch the 'pause mission' button if you need to stop for a short time (so you don't start being chased by zombies while you wait for the light to change, for example).
Note that pausing the mission will not stop a zombie chase that's already started! 1, supplies were color coded and could be distributed to various areas of Abel to increase their level.
2, the color of a supply no longer matters, and the system is more complicated, and base-building must be done in the app and not on the website. You get about 30 Supplies in one hour of running, and each mission you complete initially gives you 3 Materials.
Defense: This is the shield icon and represents how well the base is able to defend itself from constant zombie attacks.