I played a shit ton of Waw and Bo1 when I was young, played WAW custom maps a lot in highschool and some of college. Bought bo3 on steam and it's nice to play custom maps on a modern engine.
IDK it's probably gonna be bo3 again I agree.
Played loads of WAW zombies, recently I picked it up again and replayed those classic maps.
Played BO1 zombies a little bit but not much. Thinking about buying BO3 on sale (or not buying it) just for the zombies. I remember really liking the lore when I was younger, but from what I can tell they took a played out Lovecraft turn.
>>3045>Bought bo3 on steam and it's nice to play custom maps on a modern engine.
Oh damn, there's custom zombie maps for BO3?
Also, I'm surprised that there haven't been many maps set in a soviet facilty (There's only one as far as I'm aware) with the wall guns being soviet weapons, and the starting pistol being a Tokarev or something like that
soviets are pretty neglected in zombies lore in general now that i think of it, very odd
Aye, I want a zombie film set in the USSR dammit!!!
Yep. It has its own steam workshop full of custom maps with custom weapons and mechanics too
BO3 is a weirdly experimental game for a CoD from the co-op campaign story being insane because they only ever imply whats actually happening (unless you are very fast at screenshotting scrolling loading text) to letting people heavily mod zombies.
I don't know how treyarch managed to get actiblizzard to go as nuts as they did.
Yeah, wouldn't be surprised if ActiBlizzard tried to monetise mods Bethesda style though, hell I wouldn't be surprised if it actually does happen at some point
A very important period of my life was marked by playing with my friends WaW Zombies in lan parties (then, hamachi); specially all the mods.