Whether Zombies mode will make Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is still up in the air, but the multiplayer mode “Kill Confirmed” will definitely be making a comeback.
Advanced Warfare lead multiplayer designer Greg Reisdorf showed IGN a round of “Kill Confirmed” gameplay.
Objective-wise, “Kill Confirmed” still revolves around players picking up dog tags dropped by enemies and allies to “confirm” or “deny” kills. First team to reach pick up 75 dog tags, or the team with the most dog tags before the time limit wins the round.
“Kill Confirmed” was originally designed to prevent players from “camping” in a deathmatch due to its win condition, and it is one of the more kill-heavy, fast-paced game modes because players are forced to come out and collect dog tags if they wish to win, which then increases the likely hood that they are then taken out by an opponent seeking to deny the dropped dog tag.
With the new exoskeleton battle suits, “Kill Confirmed” becomes ever more intense, as players can now quickly zip in and zip out to confirm and deny kills.
While Sledgehammer Games is slowly revealing all the multiplayer game modes, the question on fans’ mind must still be whether the popular Zombies co-opt mode is making a come back.
Zombies is a 1-4 player, “endless Nazi Zombies horde” style game mode.
Although Zombies is only available in Treyarch-developed Call of Duty games, fans are speculating that the Sledgehammer might be working on it owning to the small “cross tally” Zombies marking on the Xbox One controller of the Xbox One Call of Duty Advanced Warfare special game bundle.
Check out a video below of Call of Duty Youtube commentator Drift0r throwing up some speculations about whether Zombies will feature in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.