Activision and Treyarch are really taking this zombie thing seriously, with an all-zombie map pack coming to Xbox 360 for Call of Duty: Black Ops next week.
The pack will contain five maps -- swamp, night, asylum, factory, and Moon. Wait, what… Moon? Yeah, they're taking zombies to the Moon. If you haven't heard, there's a space theme going on here. It appears that the next level of zombie research involves taking the undead into space. This amusing live action trailer for the pack gives you an idea of what's going on up there… and things don't go quite as planned.
There's some in-game footage towards the end, too, and it looks pretty great. Zero gravity zombie killing is right up my alley. It's out next week as a timed exclusive for Xbox 360, and it'll be $14.99.
[Update: Borderlands 2: Game of the Year Edition has sold out at this price. The other deals still appear to be available.]
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