Call Of Duty Black Ops Zombies hailed by critics as the best multiplayer experience ever
Call of Duty players believe that the Zombies mode reached its peak during the Call Of Duty Black Ops days.
Although I’m not a huge fan of Call Of Duty I have many fond memories of playing with my friends the Black Ops zombies map. The memories of exploring the Pentagon and looking for Easter eggs or using any glitches that were available at the time, to make it through as many rounds, are good.
Many others are also in this boat. A recent Reddit post by Finn_Flame highlighted the period many consider to be Call Of Duty’s golden age. Many of these titles can be played again now that Xbox and Activision have brought back multiplayer servers.
In the Reddit posting, four games were featured: Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2, Modern Warfare 3, Black Ops 1, Call Of Duty Black Ops 1, and Black Ops 2. The servers for the last three games have been revived so that you can still play multiplayer modes if you own them.
Many praised the campaign, multiplayer, and ease of navigating the menus in comparison to other recent releases. However, it was one comment regarding the Zombies Mode that really caught our attention. The comment from emotional_e_girl stated “Wow! All the Call of Duty games I played up until I left. All night zombie games with my boys. “I will always be grateful for the memories.”
This comment sparked a new conversation about how much fun we had playing Zombies together with our squad. Many reminisced about a simpler time in their lives.
Black Ops Zombies is the only game that I’ve played nonstop. Kino all night… It’s so good. “Tastes just like Jacked Ranch Hot Wing Doritos with Gatorade.”
The memories. It lasted all night long from Christmas to the early hours of morning. “Friends begging me to just let them die because they are so tired.”
The man said, “I wish I could have gone back in time”
It’s no surprise that many Calls Of Duty fans want to go back in time and relive their glory days. They don’t like microtransactions or battle passes, nor do they approve of other gaming practices.