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Call of Duty's latest Exo Zombie DLC revealed, inc. celebrity cast

by Mark Tyson on 22 December 2014, 11:35

Tags: Activision (NASDAQ:ATVI)

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Activision has revealed the trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's latest Exo Zombie mode which comes with the Havoc DLC pack. The DLC is backed up with a big-name celebrity cast that will actually be playable characters in the game, reports Kotaku.

The Exo Zombie DLC will add some new features to the game, which not only includes new multiplayer maps and weapons, but also the recurring fan favourite zombie mode. However, Activision has added a twist to it, making the zombies faster, more agile and equipped an Exo-Suits this time, meaning that battles against them will be more intense than ever. To add to the new twist, players will also be playing as Atlas employees who are fictionalised versions of voice actors, with the game featuring a star studded cast.

The celebrity line-up, who will be lending their talents to the game characters, include Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, Fury), John Malkovich (Burn After Reading, Con Air), Bill Paxton (Nightcrawler, Edge of Tomorrow), and Rose McGowan (Charmed, Planet Terror). They will be acting as four untrained Atlas employees in the new mode, who must attempt to "survive a horror unlike any other", according to the publisher.

However, this is not the first time Activision has enlisted the help of celebrities to sell the Call of Duty franchise zombies DLCs, with actors Ray Liotta, Chazz Palminteri, Joe Pantoliano, and Michael Madsen, all having appeared in past Call of Duty zombie content.

Exo Zombies will be released with the Havoc DLC pack in January 2015 on Xbox as a standalone purchase or as part of the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare season pass. Unfortunately PlayStation and PC gamers will have slightly longer to wait before getting their hands on the DLC.

 



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Sorry EA but celebrity face's still won't get me to buy your tired game, although i'm sure there are plenty of suckers out there whom this will appeal to.
Please EA lay this series to rest, let it rest on a semi high note !
Is it not an Activision game?
DemonHighwayman
Sorry EA but celebrity face's still won't get me to buy your tired game, although i'm sure there are plenty of suckers out there whom this will appeal to.
Please EA lay this series to rest, let it rest on a semi high note !

Call of duty has nothing to do with EA. Activision is the publisher
Oh yeah sorry been thinking of ea today for some reason. Anyway my statement about cod remains true!
I doubt this will breath life into the game for me. I unfortunately purchased it based on feedback saying it was different and fresher than before….when it is just the same recycled tat :(