Call of Duty: World At War's Nacht der Untoten still has secrets to unearth0 Comments
In some surprising yet obvious news, Treyarch has revealed that there are still secrets left to be found in the original Call of Duty: World at War Zombies mode. Not only that, but Zombies' Director Jason Blundell recently revealed to IGN that there were still secrets hidden in every single map that the team has released to date.
That's mind-boggling when you think about it, especially if you haven't experienced the carrot-and-stick game that is hunting down Easter Eggs while fighting off hordes of zombies in Call of Duty. According to Blundell, a large portion of the more mechanical Easter Eggs have been found, but there are many left that require a little more than pressing a certain button at a particular location in a set pattern.
"The Easter Eggs left on some of those earlier ones are now more spiritual-based ones, or kind of clues to things. We have bets in the office on how long it's going to take [players] to get to the main Easter Eggs." The main Easter Eggs? I was fairly certain up until today that I'd experienced a majority of the major Easter Eggs in each level, and now I have a sudden urge to go back and replay every Zombies map meticulously.
I used to be an avid Zombies player before they learned how to operate with exoskeletons, and I'm no stranger to the trials and tribulations that a player has to go through in order to "complete" a map. Two of my favorite maps, Ascension and Call of the Dead, had some ridiculously intricate hoops that you had to jump through if you wanted to discover the secrets they held. That's not even considering the process required to make your way through Tranzit.
If there are that many secrets left to be discovered, chances are this news will be enough to spark what historians will no doubt refer to as the 2016 Zombie Easter Egg Hunt. Be seeing you on the trails.