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Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombie Dance Party Guide

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War Zombie Dance PArty

Players of Call Of Duty’s various different zombie modes know that they are always full of different easter eggs. Whether it is small references to pop culture or songs to kill the undead the zombies’ games are full of them. One of the main ones from Call Of Duty Black Ops Cold War’s zombie map Die Maschine that people are talking about involves a Zombie Dance Party. But just what is that dance party all about?

How to Unlock the Zombie Dance Party Easter Egg

After you activate the power in Die Maschine, there will be times where you and your squad are transported to another dimension. The first thing you’re going to need to do to unlock the Zombie Dance Party easter egg is to find and shoot some glowing orbs. These orbs can be found in the Particle Accelerator room. Shoot each of them until you hear a buzzing sound. After doing this you and your squad will be teleported to the Zombie Dance Party Aether.

Every so often, instead of being transported to a dimension that is only superficially different, you’ll be transported to something really new. Sometimes after teleporting you will end up in what can only be called a Zombie Dance Party. 

There isn’t much difference between the two worlds. The main one’s being that the alternate world is in a purple filter and zombie corpses float upwards after death. 

Instead of attacking you, the zombies are all just dancing around the Pack-A-Punch machine. A few of the zombies will also be doing the coffin dance meme to the center of the room. Once they reach the center you will be teleported back to the normal world and the crate will come with you. Opening up the crate will reveal some helpful items inside. You will stay in this Zombie Dance Party world for a while before being teleported back to the world of the unliving. 

The rarity of the items depends on the color of the face on it. Items that can be included inside the crate include things like Juggernog Monkey Bomb and powerful weapons. 

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Written by Andrew Smith