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One of the most anticipated moments for Call of Duty Black Ops 2 has finally arrived; the trailer for zombie mode has officially been released to the public. The trailer shows fans that players will be able to travel by bus to different locations in a desperate attempt to survive waves of zombies.
In addition to the trailer, we were also given multiple details about the fan favorite mode. Instead of only having one type of zombie mode, there will be three different game modes – Survival, Grief and Tranzit.
Survival mode is going to be nothing new to zombie killing veterans, as it will be very similar to the zombie mode from previous Call of Duties. There will be a few smaller sections within the Tranzit world that will act as self-contained levels.
Tranzit is going to be the primary zombie mode for Black Ops 2, which will add new dynamics and strategies when it comes to slaughtering the undead. Unlike the regular Survival mode, Tranzit will feature a very large and open world. Within this world, up to four players will be able to venture on foot or use the bus to their advantage and travel faster. As seen in the trailer above, the bus can be a very important tool for survival, but be careful; the bus can also be difficult to escape from if zombies overrun it. Another new addition is that players will be able to collect items throughout the Tranzit world. These items that the players find can then be combined to form new weapons and equipment. An example of this is clearly shown in the trailer with a riot shield that is made of different parts.
The third and final game mode is known as Grief. Grief will pit two teams of four against each other in the midst of the zombie apocalypse. The goal of this game type is to simply outlast the other team of four. Opposing teams cannot actually shoot each other, so players will have to conjure up creative ways to lure zombies to their enemy team.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is set to be released this year on November 13th on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, while the Wii U will get it on a later date.