Trailer for Call of Duty Black Ops’ Call of the Dead Zombie Level


Starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, Michael Rooker, and Danny Trejo! Yup, that’s right. Instead of just playing the usual ol familiar faces, or just some more random soldiers, you’ll instead be stepping into the shoes of actors Sarah Michelle Gellar, Robert Englund, Michael Rooker, and Danny Trejo, all notable names in the horror genre. I shit you not. Check out the trailer for “Call of the Dead” below if you don’t believe me. And here I thought it was just gonna be another same-o same-o zombie map.

Set in a mysterious, ice-covered, remote Siberian island and inspired by legendary writer and director George A. Romero, a group of four fearless explorers fight for their lives amidst an army of bloodthirsty Soviet zombies.

“Call of the Dead” will be released along with Treyarch’s second DLC, “Escalation”, which will include four new multi-player maps to frag online with. (That is, if the Playstation Network ever gets their shit together and fixes their damn network already. Fix your damn house, PSN!)

Anyways, “Escalation” is due out on May 3rd for the XBox before branching out onto other platforms.

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  • jake

    What? No Bruce Campbell.

    • Dedpool

      Agreed! While this is pretyy cool, I’d love to have me some Bruce Campbell, but I’m sure they didn’t want it to get campy. And hey now Nix, blame the dude who hacked the network. Gotta admit upuntil now they’ve been on their game.

      • Nix

        There will always be little douche bags in their mom’s basements trying to “hack” things, Ded, but when a multi-billion dollar company with their own private army of computer geeks can’t protect my personal information and lied about what happened for a week…? I put the blame exactly where it belongs, buddy.

        • Dedpool

          Hey i think they’ve done a decent job. Yeah this suckes, but we’re four years in when other networks and such have been hacked sooner and multiple times. But did they actually lie and say something else happened or just not release the information? I had heard about the hack pretty much right after the network went down.

          • Nix

            Sorry, can’t give credit to a corporation that employs 100s, possibly 1000s of college degreed professionals to protect my information just because they had a nice streak going. THAT’S THEIR JOB. It’s like giving credit to airline pilots for not crashing for the last four years. Well, hell, isn’t that their job? Not to crash?

            And they did lie — by omission. It took them A WEEK to finally come out and tell people that their “outage” was more than just an outage, they were hacked and private user information stolen. They only admitted that yesterday. I smell lawsuits.

          • Dedpool

            I dunno. I don’t thinkt its on THAT same level but I do get what you’re saying. They definitely dropped the ball and then fumbled it on top of that.