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Call of Duty: Black Ops - Escalation: Official Call of the Dead Trailer

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Published on Apr 26, 2011

Get ready for more Zombies in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Escalation map pack with Call of the Dead, staring George Romero, Buffy, Freddy Kreuger, Danny Trejo & Michael Rooker.

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Comments • 7,128

RetroRound
Im a senior in highschool now. I remember when i was in 8th grade in basketball and after practice was done the same day this trailer came out we were all like this map will be so bad assssssss. Ah the memories when call of duty got me so pumped up. Not so much anymore :(
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Michael Vick
Let's be honest, the best time of zombies. 
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Theladleybrad
When cally of duty looked realistic now in this days fucking robots and all that technology who agrees with me just like advanced warfare too much technology 
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Evil_Carrot88
BO1 had the best zombies by far
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Luke Power
If this was a film, I would watch it.
Alan Garcia
Sarah Michelle Gellar: Buffy Robert England: Freddy Krueger Danny Trejo: Machete Michael Rooker: Merle Dixon 
Conner Kent
Best DLC call of dead  and mob of dead
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Motiur Rahman
Micheal rooker is from the walikng dead
Masterminer162
Best zombie map ever! They should have done a remake with black ops 2. Hopefully after call of duty ghosts they do better maps than black ops 2.
asqw37pickle
I miss Black Ops. I really hope Treyarch's next game is another cold war game - the way Treyarch did Black Ops 1 was simply incredible 
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