Call of Duty has never offered a compelling reason to play Zombies solo. Here is a mode where you fight an ultimately futile campaign against hordes of rotting corpses (and some not-so-rotting monsters if it's a weirder year) which works best when used as a backdrop to messing around with mates. Try to push your score as high as possible on your own, and you're greeted with little more than a grind in elaborate dungeons where you’ll know the end as soon as you begin. While increasingly obtuse lore or surprising A-Listers have been used as incentive in the past, there's never been a moment since the original Zombies mode in World at War where I actually wanted to return regularly. Ural in for a treat Perhaps that's because the recently launched Outbreak seems to flip every convention of the mode it's ostensibly part of. In normal Zombies, you start in a small location and slowly open up new areas. In Outbreak, you're plonked in the middle of a random, sizable map in the Ural Mountains and offered the opportunity to explore at your own pace. Likewise, your goal in normal Zombies is to simply survive each wave, with trials,… Read full this story
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