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New Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Exo Zombies Infection trailer shows new gear and enemies

New Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Exo Zombies Infection trailer shows new gear and enemies

New Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Exo Zombies Infection trailer shows new gear and enemies
January 02
08:18 2015


New Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Exo Zombies Infection trailer shows new gear and enemies

The second episode of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Exo Zombies saga will soon be upon us as the Ascendance DLC pack will be released across Xbox Live platforms tomorrow. Today, Activision has released a new trailer that shows the location of the next Exo Zombies episode, as well as showing off what else will be new.

The second Exo Zombies episode will once again star John Malkovich, Bill Paxton, Rose McGowan, and Jon Bernthal as they fight waves of zombies off in Call of Duty’s most iconic locations, Burger Town. Players will also be able to wield a new weapon, set up new traps, and request the support of new allies as they fight new Exo Zombies.

The Ascendance DLC pack will also include four new multiplayer maps: Site 244, Climate, Perplex, and Chop Shop, as well as a 2-in1 bonus weapon, the OHM-WEREWOLF.

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  1. 
Ron
    Ron January 10, 08:18

    This is NCSoft you&1quo;re talking about.. Shutting down games and attempting to subtract their way to victory is what they do. I&1quo;m not talking about City of Heroes- err, not JUST City of Heroes. I&1quo;m also talking about Exsteel, Tabula Rasa, Dungeon Runner, Auto Assault…
    It&1quo;s their business model. Once a year they take a game out and they kill it.
    I&1quo;d like to think they&1quo;ve wised up and need the money to restore CoH, but more likely they plan to double down on Guild Wa1 2.
    I guess if I have a question it&1quo;s this- Given the total lack of commitment that NCSoft has for it&1quo;s games, how does anyone get fooled into having any interest in an NCSoft title? I mean, granted, the game looks great. But even if you ever got to play it, you&1quo;d play in co1tant agony of fear of when the inevitable shutdown day was.
    I mean, co1ider CoH. Supposedly it was losing money. But we were never told. We never had a chance to suggest rate hikes, service reductio1, or anything like that. We thought we were doing good business and one day it was “Oh. We&1quo;re shutting down in three months”
    But then in the time since, NCSoft&1quo;s stock has plunged. Their earnings suck. How do you ditch a game that loses money, then lose over half your companies earnings?
    What I&1quo;m saying is simply this…not only do they kill games frequently…they do it for no1e1ical reaso1.

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