Call of Duty Zombies is a multiplayer first-person shooter game that allows players to shoot zombies in various scenarios. The game has been around since 2003 and has continued to be popular over the years. It was created by Treyarch, who also developed other popular games like Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Call of Duty: Black ops IIII. But how did all of this start? This is everything you need to know about the Call of Duty Zombies Storyline and how it started. But before you start reading about the Call of Duty zombies origin, we have a little something for you guys:
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Call of Duty Zombies: the start of the Storyline
The story takes place during World War II when Germany invades Russia and France, resulting in an Allied victory at Normandy Beach on June 6th 1944 (D-Day). A group of soldiers were sent on a mission to destroy an enemy facility. While they were there, they were attacked by zombies and trapped inside the building. The player takes control of one of these soldiers as he fights off hordes of undead creatures while trying to escape from his prison. You play as four different characters: Tank Dempsey, Nikolai Belinskiy (Nikolai), Takeo Masaki (Takeo) and Edward Richtofen (Richtofen). Each character has their own unique personality traits which makes them stand out from one another; for example Nikolai is very angry whereas Takeo is more calm compared to his comrades.
The Origins of Richtofen and the Crew
In Call Of Duty Black Ops 3, we get our first look at how Dr Peter Ludvig Maxis came into contact with Edward Richtofen during World War II. He was working for Group 935 (a German organization dedicated to creating technological advancements). Maxis was working on creating robotics that could be used in war situations. But he decided that it would be best if someone else took over this project. He wanted to concentrate on something else insteadl – namely figuring out what happened after death! So here comes Richtofen into play…
The Rise of the Zombies Storyline
The Call of Duty Zombies storyline began in 2008 with the release of Call of Duty: World at War. The game featured a new mode called “Zombies,” which was a cooperative survival game where players had to fight off hordes of zombies while completing objectives and finding hidden items.
The Expansion of the Zombies Storyline
In 2010, Treyarch released Black Ops, which introduced several new features including Perks and Prestiging. This was also when we first saw our favorite characters make an appearance in another game mode: Dead Ops Arcade 2: Cyber’s Avengening! This was an arcade shooter that featured two modes: Survival and Time Trial (where you could play as characters from previous games). It also introduced us to Dr Monty (played by Jeff Goldblum) who would go on to become one of our most beloved characters in later installments!
Call of Duty: WW2
The Call of Duty Zombies storyline began in World War II. The Origins of the Nazi Zombies, as well as all future iterations of them, can be traced back to this time period.
The origins of zombies and their relationship with Hitler’s regime are vague at best. But we know that they were first discovered by Dr. Richtofen during his time working on top secret projects for Germany’s military during World War I (1914-1918). He was working under Dr. Maxis. Dr. Maxis was obsessed with finding out more about these creatures after witnessing them firsthand while he was stationed in France during WWI.
Dr Maxis continued his research into these strange creatures after returning home from war. Eventually he decided that they could be useful if controlled properly. So he began working on creating an undead army using corpses from graveyards around Europe!
The Future of the Zombies Storyline
The Zombies storyline is one of the most popular aspects of the Call of Duty franchise. With its unique gameplay and characters, it’s easy to see why so many people are drawn to this game mode. The story has been told in 5 separate games: World at War, Black Ops 1 & 2, 3 and Black Ops 4 (with more games expected).
The potential for future Zombies storylines is endless–and Treyarch has already teased us with some idea! There have been rumors about a fourth installment being developed by Treyarch; however nothing has been confirmed yet. It’s also possible that we could see another spinoff like Black Ops III’s Shadows of Evil or Blood of the Dead which would focus solely on one aspect rather than having multiple campaigns like previous titles did.
It’s been a long journey, but we’ve finally reached the end of our Zombies story. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it!
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