Black Ops 4’s Blood of the Dead Trailer Returns to Alcatraz

Black Ops 4 Zombies mode gets a new trailer, special edition, and lore dump during SDCC 2018

In this re-imagining of Black Ops 2's Mob of the Dead scenario, players will face of against hordes of grim creatures, eventually coming face-to-decaying-face with Alcatraz' most feared prison guard, Brutus, now in his fully-undead, fully-pissed-off form.

If you are a zombies fan and you were saddened that none of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 special editions catered to you, then you're in luck.

Oh, and the box itself also makes a bunch of cool noises from the game and even lights up.

Along with a new Zombies trailer and a pre-order beta invite, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 publisher Activision unveiled a boxed collector's edition for the game at Comic-Con in San Diego this week. The game developer released a trailer that showcases the new "Blood of the Dead" Zombie Mode. The Black Ops 4 Mystery Box Edition includes the Black Ops Pass, which entitles users to extra multiplayer and Zombies content content as it arrives including Voyage of Despair, IX, and Blood of the Dead storylines.

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10 ANNIVERSARY ZOMBIES PUZZLE - This 1,000-piece puzzle features unique art celebrating 10 years of Treyarch Zombies history.

COLLECTIBLE STEELBOOK™- Limited edition SteelBook game case featuring unique art. The Mystery Box is inspired by the Zombies Mystery Box from the game.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is set to hit shelves October 12. This set of collectible patches is inspired by each of the 10 Specialists' in-game icons.

Black Ops Pass - The Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Black Ops Pass includes Classified, a bonus Zombies experience, available at launch, four additional all-new Zombies experiences, 12 Multiplayer maps, and four exclusive Blackout characters.

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