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"KGB-Spetsnaz Omega Group seeks to harness the energies and resources of the Dark Aether to give the USSR a strategic advantage over their Cold War foes - the Americans and NATO."
— Background

Omega Group, shortened as Omega and alternatively known as KGB Special Operations Group Omega and Spetsgruppa Omega (Russian: Спецгруппа Омега, lit. Special Group Omega), is a faction featured in the Zombies mode of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War.

Led by Colonel Lev Kravchenko, Omega Group was a covert KGB/Spetsnaz-backed research and military organization that sought to harness the otherworldly phenomena and remedies of the Dark Aether first uncovered at Projekt Endstation to combat their NATO adversaries. While this remained Omega Group's primary objective, the group later sought to impede The Forsaken, the ruler of the Dark Aether, from entering and consuming their world.



Omega Group was formed on August 30th, 1975 by KGB Chairman Yuri Andropov to identify, study, and weaponize psychotronic phenomena, ranging from biocommunications and bioenergetics. Members of the organization were comprised of specialists from Spetsgruppas Alpha, Vympel, and Smerch, and were tasked with conducting special military-based operations, though a select amount of key personnel derived from previous experiences in other experimental research programs were tasked with investigating possible weapon applications from any exoscientific phenomena discovered.

While Omega Group's area of operations stem across the entire world, details of their missions were left covert, so much so that both the Soviet people and the rest of the outside world were ignorant of the group's existence and intentions.

Early Work

Omega Group never managed to find a scientific explanation for psychotronic abilities, but still conscripted a handful of Russian citizens with genuine talents and turned them into intelligence assets. Their "gifts", however, were impossible to reproduce and all of the assets were either killed in action or suffered psychological breakdowns.

In April 1976, a suicide bomber was sensed by one of the Omega Group assets as they attempted to enter the Soviet embassy in Ho Chi Minh City; the terrorist was promptly stopped and detonated at the gate. In June of that same year, an Omega Group asset used their telepathic ability during a multilateral conference for European communist parties in East Germany and learned that several representatives from satellite states were uniting to extract concessions from the Soviet government. Using that information, Omega Group arrested the diplomats' families in their home countries and stopped the insurrection before it happened.

In April 1978, an Omega Group asset in the Soviet embassy in Washington, D.C. used their biocommunication skills to influence President Jimmy Carter into stopping the production of neutron bombs in the United States. The same month, another asset helped the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan assassinate the Afghan president Mohammed Daoud Khan during the Saur Revolution. The asset however experienced a mental breakdown afterwards and was liquidated before she could defect to the British consulate in Kabul.

Omega Group was also involved in the assassination attempts of US President Ronald Reagan in March 1981 and Pope John Paul II in May 1981 as well as the assassination of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in October 1981.

However, as a result of little funding from Andropov, none of Omega Group's initial projects were able to advance past the research phase; due to this, the CIA would write off Omega Group in 1981, believing that their projects were abandoned. Consequently, all of the assets involved with Omega Group's psychotronic operations were ultimately liquidated following the death of General Secretary Leonid Brezhnev in November 1982.

A New Arms Race


On March 23rd, 1983, Ronald Reagan announced the Strategic Defense Initiative, which if implemented, could have posed a mortal threat to the Soviet Union. Two days later, the new KGB Chairman, Viktor Chebrikov, assigned Colonel Lev Kravchenko to revitalize and restore Omega Group to full readiness in order to offset the threat posed by the SDI. The very next day, Kravchenko ordered the unit's Research and Development team to scour NKVD and KGB archives, tasking them to find something useful enough to give Omega Group a new purpose to work for, or else he would terminate the organization and reassign its members.

In the meantime, Omega Group was reorganized with Kravchenko's right-hand man Gorev serving as Tactical Operations Lead, with Captain Sergei Ravenov, a highly-regarded member of Spetsgruppa Alpha with fierce loyalties to the Soviet Union, assisting him in preparing soldiers to Kravchenko's standards. The Psychotronic Phenomena Research department was led by Doctor Aleksandra Valentina, who continued Omega Group's original mission of studying "exoscientific phenomena" including extrasensory perception, telekinesis and pyrokinesis. An American defector and former weapons researcher at DARPA, Doctor William Peck, was chosen as the leader of the Exoscientific Phenomena Research department to develop military applications for any discovery made by Omega Group.

On July 15th, after four months of digging through the archives, Valentina discovered two reels of film sealed within an intelligence vault since 1945; in reality, Valentina was aware of the films for nearly a decade, but chose not to reveal them until the time was right. The films were recorded at an abandoned German facility in then-occupied Poland called "Endstation"; the supernatural contents of the films are immediately flagged by Chebrikov for review. On August 2nd, Chebrikov met with Andropov, the new General Secretary, and other high-ranking officials of the Politburo for a screening of the films. During the meeting, it was proposed the subsequent weaponization of the phenomena recorded at the Endstation.

Operation Undertaker

Two weeks after the meeting, Operatsiya Grobovshchik, also known as Operation Undertaker, was authorized and Omega Group was given command of the operation. On August 28th, the long-abandoned Projekt Endstation facility and its surrounding territory was secured, using a cover story about unexploded ordnance to keep the locals away. Valentina and Peck soon began examination of the abandoned German technology throughout the facility, intending to repair the damage done by the Soviets in 1945 who sought to deactivate the facility's cyclotron. After two months of work, Omega Group were able to restore the facility to an operational condition, and were prepared to reactivate the cyclotron to recreate a gateway to the Dark Aether; during this time period, Kravchenko sent additional troops to the Endstation facility to assist in the reactivation of the particle accelerator.

On November 1st, Omega Group soldiers Orlov and Medvedev were tasked to restart the cyclotron, and although the two would perish in the attempt, Orlov was successful, which resulted in the creation of a new rift to the Dark Aether. However, unlike what happened during World War II where only a localized rift was opened, additional dimensional breaches, also called "Outbreak Zones", started to appear around the world: in a rainforest near the Orinoco in Venezuela, in a remote section of the Namib desert in Namibia, in the Thừa Thiên Huế Province in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, near Baku in the Soviet Republic of Azerbaijan and a massive breach in the Ural Mountains. Omega Group managed to secure and contain the dimensional breaches in Vietnam and Azerbaijan over the next few days while monitoring the super-breach in the Ural Mountains.

With Operatsiya Grobovshchik being declared a "resounding" success, Omega Group moved to the next step of their plan: a thorough study of the Dark Aether and the subsequent development of new technologies and weaponry based on Aetherium.

Aetherium Research

A week after the reactivation of the Endstation cyclotron, Chebrikov formed a pact with Vietnamese Chairman Phạm Văn Đồng to establish an Omega Group research facility, called Outpost 25, at the former site of Firebase Ripcord in the A Shau Valley, using the cover story of a recently discovered US chemical weapon being detonated within the vicinity to drive away any unwanted attention. Omega Group noted that the dimensional membrane instability in the region that resulted after the initial breach suited their project of opening stabilized gateways to the Dark Aether operating under their control. On November 9th, Omega Group were given authorization to begin Operatsiya Inversiya in conjunction with their ongoing Aetherium research, and on November 11th, the construction of Outpost 25 began with Doctor Peck assigned as its lead scientist.

On December 2nd, Kravchenko formed the Necro-Analytics department, appointing Doctor Hugo Jager as its lead researcher while additional staff are pulled from existing positions in the Psychotronics and Exoscientific Phenomena departments. Expanding upon research procured from Projekt Endstation regarding the necrotic effects Aetherium yields on living tissue, Jager and his department were tasked with discovering potential applications of Aetherium's necrotic aliments, namely in weaponization. With the induction of Necro-Analytics into its ranks, Kravchenko ordered all undead specimens acquired by Omega Group be transported to Jager's labs for study.

On December 8th, Peck designed the Omega Portal Chamber, a large dome-like structure for a stabilized gateway and a month later, on January 8th, 1984, Peck and Doctor Dimitri Kuhlklay managed to create a new and stable rift to the Dark Aether using an Aetherium sample recovered from Projekt Endstation. Teams of Omega Group soldiers were now sent daily to the Dark Aether to collect Aetherium crystals using canisters specifically made to contain the radiation; biological, botanical and geological specimens, as well as liquid samples, were among the various otherworldly commodities being harvested. Peck noted that Aetherium could yield massive amounts of energy and could be used as a sustainable power source, and soon designed an Aether Reactor using refined Aetherium as fuel; by early February, Outpost 25 was entirely running on three separate Aether Reactors.

Unfortunately, excursions in the Dark Aether proved extremely dangerous and Omega Group suffered heavy losses among their ranks. To address the problem, Kravchenko requested the conscription of Aetherium miners, dubbed "Aethernauts". The request was approved, and by early March 1984, prisoners from work camps started to arrive at Outpost 25, comprised of common criminals, political dissidents, foreign prisoners, and intellectuals from both the Soviet Union and Vietnam.

As more Aethernauts were sent to the Dark Aether, the collection of Aetherium crystals was up 237%. Excursions, however, were still incredibly dangerous, with a quarter of Aethernauts sent to the Dark Aether never coming back. Side effects from journeys in the other side also started to appear. Effects varied from individual to individual, with some people staying healthy while others exhibited mild radiation poisoning or returned fully necrotized. Multiple and/or prolonged excursions in the Dark Aether increased the likelihood and severity of the symptoms, especially for miners who encountered hostile creatures or consumed food or drinks found in the other dimension. Kuhlklay also noted that some individuals suffered long-term memory losses. To circumvent this, Peck developed a memory transference machine, hoping it would restore the fractured minds of their conscripts. Peck also developed a truth serum to help recover memories and debunk conflicting reports.

On March 14th, Omega Group established five new Operatsiya Inversiya test sites in an effort to open and control additional dimensional breaches; of the five, four are successful. Simultaneously, Peck and Kuhlklay created the blueprints for the Red Soldier Mechanized Armor to help assist in the protection of Aethernauts, though Kuhlklay is later discredited by Peck and removed from the project. On March 19th, the first successful teleportation test was achieved at Outpost 25 and soon after, two teleporters were installed connecting the facility to a Vietnamese village occupied by Omega Group. On April 2nd, Omega Group began the next phase of their plan involving Operatsiya Inversiya: the process of weaponizing breaches in the form of long-range missiles for strategic strikes against the West.

On April 8th, Kuhlklay developed an Aetherium-powered assault rifle, the RAI K-84, but was scolded by Peck for wasting their time. In early May, Kuhlklay and Peck performed an autopsy on a Dark Aether creature which was captured a few days prior, though it was soon terminated when it tried to escape containment after turning itself into a rifle. Upon examination, Kuhlklay recognized a human face on the creature which he identified as Private Glaskov, an Omega Group soldier that went missing in the Dark Aether over a month prior. On May 11th, Omega Group completed canvassing for potential Operatsiya Inversiya targets, and on June 3rd, a report is sent to the Kremlin by Valentina for feedback. Of the proposed targets, Washington, D.C. and Manhattan, New York is approved; in a personal log, Valentina later expressed her dismay with the exclusion of Berlin, a target she stated would have been beneficial for her work there.

Fall of Outpost 25

On May 14th, after a visit from Gorev, Peck became aware that Samantha Maxis, a former agent of the BND, wished to expose Omega Group and was going to meet a mole from Outpost 25. Maxis was the individual who supplied the CIA with intel regarding Projekt Endstation and Operation Undertaker which led to the creation of the Office of Requiem to stop Omega Group in this new arms race.

Unbeknownst to Peck and Gorev, the mole was none other than Ravenov, who became appalled by Omega Group's research and the treatment of soldiers and prisoners in order to harness and weaponize Aetherium. Ravenov planned to deliver some of Peck's research to Requiem during his meeting with Maxis. However, Maxis was captured in June as part of Gorev's plan to uncover the mole inside Outpost 25. Following her capture, Ravenov contacted Grigori Weaver directly to inform him about the situation. Weaver and the other Requiem senior staff started working on a way to save Maxis while raiding Outpost 25 of Omega Group's Aetherium research.

Maxis was brought to Outpost 25, where Peck personally interrogated and tortured her to get information on the mole. Upon refusing to cooperate and withstanding torture, Maxis was thrown into the Dark Aether by Peck. Soon after, the gateway in the Omega Portal Chamber released a massive burst of Aetherium which contaminated the entire facility. As the infection spread quickly, a phasic barrier started to surround the base, which led to the death of anyone trying to cross it. Various temporary dimensional breaches also appeared around the facility, releasing large quantities of the undead. Peck soon sent a distress signal to Omega Group HQ, believing to be the sole survivor, as he was unaware Ravenov also survived.

Requiem launched Operation Lost Property to rescue Samantha Maxis, and its strike team arrived at the facility on June 15th, 1984. After meeting with Ravenov, the team reactivated the facility, unwittingly assisting Peck, who transmitted all of his research from Outpost 25 back to Omega HQ. The team was successful in bringing back Maxis from the Dark Aether, but had to fight off an Orda before exfiltrating. While Samantha joined Requiem, Ravenov rejoined Omega Group and warned the team of an operation in the Ural Mountains.

By the time Requiem had left Outpost 25, Omega Group soldiers led personally by Kravchenko and Valentina arrived to extract Peck; as a test to prove his commitments to Omega and as punishment for letting Outpost 25 fall, Kravchenko stabs out one of Peck's eyes.

The Ural Mountains

Following the loss of Outpost 25, Omega Group shifted its primary interests to the Ural Mountains, the site of the world's largest Outbreak Zone that has been loosely contained since the activation of the cyclotron. On July 8th, Kravchenko assigned Peck to the Ural Mountains to assess the applications of the Aetherium crystals present at the site under the direct supervision of Gorev. Three days after arriving, Peck deduced that the Ruka site and the unique specimens present around the zones would allow Omega Group to advance Operatsiya Inversiya and develop the specialized warheads needed for it.

On July 14th, Peck created the blueprints for the Reality Inversion Warhead, which could generate dimensional breaches up to 500 meters, creating an estimated Outbreak Zone the size of 800 kilometers; using Tempests infused onto the heads of each missile, Omega Group would utilize their electromagnetic abilities to bypass Western warning systems to allow the missiles to reach their targets unimpeded, ensuring maximum damage that would be the catastrophic deathblow to the West. On July 22nd, Kravchenko assumed command of Operatsiya Inversiya from Valentina, which she feared would derail the plans she was conspiring with an enigmatic voice from the Dark Aether. On the following day, Valentina created the blueprints for the Beacon Communications Receiver, allowing for disclosed communications when paired with the mysterious Beacon device appearing in the Outbreak Zones.

Over the next few months however, Omega Group began to learn of higher otherworldly entities within the Dark Aether seemingly building up their forces; during an examination of a destroyed Krasny Soldat, Peck discovered that the armor, while of his design, was being altered and upgraded by unknown forces within the Dark Aether. Additionally, Gorev discovered from reports from his men that the Dark Aether Power Nodes in the regions were terraforming them, slowly expanding the sizes of the phasic barriers in the zones and allowing them to become more hospitable for the undead within them. Finally, an Omega Group mole embedded in Requiem's senior staff confirmed the existence of The Forsaken, a singular entity ruling from the deepest part of the Dark Aether to Kravchenko, forewarning him of its impending arrival to their reality. On September 3rd, Peck detailed some of the few bizarre occurrences happening throughout the zones, one being the appearance of a strange computer emitting a voice he would frequently talk to, asking it questions regarding the Dark Aether. With Operatsiya Inversiya under his command, Kravchenko sought to use it to counter the Forsaken and prevent him and his forces from entering their reality.

On November 16th however, Omega Group's plans with Operatsiya Inversiya would be severely derailed; Ravenov, who managed to rejoin Omega Group's ranks without being outed as the traitor, informed Maxis of the great threat Operatsiya Inversiya posed through forged intel leaked to him discreetly by Valentina. To ensure the plan never succeeded, Maxis made secret contact with the Requiem strike team fighting in the Ural Mountains, convincing them to briefly go behind Requiem's back to meet with Ravenov at the Ruka silos and assist him with the destruction of Operatsiya Inversiya, oblivious to Kravchenko's new objective with the operation. Once the strike team made contact with Ravenov, they retargeted the launch of the warheads, sending them to the Pacific Ocean to ensure neither Requiem nor Omega Group possessed such weapons of mass destruction. With the fallout of Operatsiya Inversiya, dissent and division bloomed within Omega Group's ranks; some worried of the current situation and the reaction of the KGB, while some planned on defecting to Requiem with Ravenov's assistance, who was now disavowed and marked as an enemy of the state by the KGB for his betrayal. On November 30th, Omega Group attempted to salvage the Inversion warheads from the ocean, to no avail.

Unfortunately for the defectors, Kravchenko would catch wind of their plan, and tasked Doctor Jager to go undercover amidst the defectors and kill them all for their betrayal while setting up a trap for Requiem's strike team. On December 14th, Jager succeeded in his mission, leading to the deaths of all of the defectors and preventing Requiem from securing valuable intel regarding the Aetherium Neutralizer. Additionally, Requiem's strike team would be captured personally by Kravchenko and his forces at the monument at Sanatorium.

The Forsaken Threat

In the weeks following the capture of Requiem's strike team and their pilot Raptor One, Omega Group began directing its focus on combating the Forsaken before it could ever entire their reality. On December 29th, Peck, with assistance from Zykov, created the LT53 Kazimir, a tactical device capable of sucking enemies into the Dark Aether; Gorev would come to find the blueprints, and decided to rebrand them as weapons. Around this time, Omega Group began a series of interrogations on the captured Requiem team at their Potsdam facility, though due to their special skills in combatting the forces of the Dark Aether, most of the sessions resulted in little harm to team. Unlike them however, Raptor One would be subjugated to various brutal torture methods at the hands of Kravchenko and Gorev, though the Requiem pilot refused to give in and reveal any vital intelligence.

Berlin Incident

In January 1985, Valentina finally broke away from Omega Group, having revealed herself to be Angelika Vogel, the daughter of Doctor Ulrich Vogel; on January 27th, Gorev drafted a timeline of Valentina's true early life for Kravchenko. Traveling to Berlin, Valentina ventured to Projekt Endstation's underground facility beneath Checkpoint Charlie and opened another gateway to the Dark Aether; having been manipulated by the Forsaken under the guise of her father, Valentina believed she was finally carrying out Operation Baldr, a secret Nazi plan created by Vogel that utilized the Morasko breach to send soldiers through time via the Dark Aether in order to begin a new Reich in the future - in truth, Valentina was actually allowing the Forsaken to cross over into reality with a massive undead army in tow.

Aware of the Forsaken and his ambitions, Kravchenko commenced an off-the-books operation in Berlin on February 2nd. Using Raptor One as leverage, Kravchenko forced the Requiem strike team to fight for Omega Group during the mission, and deployed them in the heart of Berlin to combat the undead threat. During the mission, the strike team were able to create a miniature version of an Inversion warhead and planned to use it to seal the breach from within. After battling a Dark Aether-corrupted Valentina, the strike team made use of her new crystalline form to fully power the warhead, destroying her in the process. Klaus proceeded to transport the warhead to the Dark Aether, though the voice of the Forsaken proclaimed they weren't finished and the Earth would be his, sending more of his army after the strike team and Klaus, though his efforts are impeded by the strike team.

Once Klaus had sacrificed himself to close the breach, Kravchenko released Raptor One as promised, but immediately betrayed the strike team and attempted to gun them down with his helicopter. Unfortunately for Kravchenko, the strike team are able to escape thanks to the efforts of Samantha Maxis, who used her powers to remotely conjure a portal for them to escape through.

On February 4th, Kravchenko released an official report of the Berlin incident to Chairman Chebrikov, falsifying that Valentina was subjected to a Requiem Aetherium narcotic compound that drove her to developing a total psychotic breakdown and exaggerating that she was being driven by fantasies based off of her work on deciphering Projekt Endstation's research. Kravchenko also lied in his report that the Requiem strike team they captured at the Ural Mountains were executed after being transferred to Potsdam.

Operatsiya Izbavitel

On January 11th, prior to the Berlin incident, Omega Group was given approval to commence Operatsiya Izbavitel, Omega Group's final gamble to defeat the West once and for all. For the operation, Omega Group required the construction of a particle accelerator of their own to tear open a breach to the Dark Aether, as well as a special dimensional amplifier to locate and extract Zykov from the Dark Aether; once Zykov was extracted, Omega Group would be given permission to extract the Forsaken using intel provided to them by Zykov, allowing them to capture him to be turned into a subservient living weapon to use against the West. On January 22nd, Peck created the blueprints for a new particle accelerator that matched the schema of Projekt Endstation's, and with Zykov's help, an amplifier tunnel fueled by primordial Aetherium that would be lined with harmonic resonators to provide accuracy for the breach created by the accelerator.

On February 9th, Peck reported to Kravchenko that he had identified Zykov's position in the Dark Aether, adding that Test Site Anna, a former Operatsiya Inversiya facility, would best suit Operatsiya Izbavitel moving forward. On March 13th, Gorev sent a report to Kravchenko regarding increased hostility in the Ural Mountains Outbreak Zone since Berlin, stating that it would be best if they reconsider operations in the zone to instead focus on Operatsiya Izbavitel. By March 28th, Peck, who had secretly been collaborating with the enigmatic Director of Requiem since Outpost 25, created the blueprints for a massive containment chamber designed specifically to ensnare and imprison the Forsaken. On March 29th, Kravchenko sent a report to Gorev discussing potential Operatsiya Izbavitel targets once the Forsaken was under their control.

On April 13th, Jager created the blueprints for the ARC-XD, an Aetherium-powered remote-controlled vehicle capable of luring undead specimens using audio frequencies that both attracts them to it and simultaneously destroys them. On April 18th, at Peck's suggestion, Kravchenko released an order to all Omega Group departments to halt their respective efforts and redirect their personnel and resources to Operatsiya Izbavitel at Test Site Anna. During this time on April 28th, Peck created the blueprints for a pair of Aetherium gun turrets that would be utilized by Omega Group soldiers to weaken the Forsaken once he emerged from the Dark Aether. Not long after, Kravchenko visited Test Site Anna to inform Peck that their deadline of completing Operatsiya Izbavitel was being moved up a full month from July 4th to June 4th, much to Peck's despair, who explained that any miscalculations made from a such a change in schedule could prove catastrophic for the whole operation.

By this time, Peck, who had become appalled by Kravchenko's recent actions, provided intel regarding Operatsiya Izbavitel to the Director of Requiem through a dead drop in exchange for a clean slate of his record, simultaneously revealing that he knew it was him who ultimately told Kravchenko about the Forsaken in the first place. On May 28th, Kravchenko issued an order of operations report to all Omega Group personnel regarding the upcoming plan, though he kept details of the full operation privy to prevent anyone from having second thoughts. At this point however, some personnel had already grown weary of the true extent of the operation, with Jager and Gorev even forming their own "Plan B" to ensure their safety should the operation go awry.

Final Blow

On the morning of June 4th, during their eighth attempt to extract Zykov, a miscalculation caused by Kravchenko arrogantly increasing the voltage output to the amplifier caused a massive dimensional breach to form above the facility. Despite Peck's protests to shut down the gateway, Kravchenko refused, stating that no one would close it until they have Zykov, resulting in the termination of nearly all Omega Group personnel within the facility.

Shortly afterward, the Requiem strike team arrived on site with their own mission to recover Zykov. However, when Zykov finally emerged from the Dark Aether, he revealed to everyone that he himself was the Forsaken, having spent four Dark Aether centuries trapped in the realm. In the facility's observation tower, a furious Kravchenko admonished Peck for his misplaced trust in Zykov, though Peck tried to justify himself by stating he had no idea Zykov was the Forsaken. Simultaneously outside the facility, Jager and Gorev, realizing that the operation was now in ruin, took their leave in a helicopter to ensure their safety, condemning Kravchenko and Peck to deal with the failure on their own.

While Requiem attempted to reach the Forsaken, Kravchenko and Peck fought off a swarm of zombies that breached their position in the observation tower. However, a shot fired by Peck struck a gas line in the tower, resulting in an explosion that scarred Peck's face while leaving Kravchenko's status unknown. Soon after, Requiem, using discarded Omega Group defenses left near the Forsaken's position, weakened the deity, though the Forsaken unleashed a large influx of Aetherium radiation across the world. With no other choice, Samantha Maxis ultimately sacrificed herself to defeat the Forsaken from within, allowing him to be absorbed by Peck's containment chamber, ending the outbreaks around the world and severing the connection between the universe and the Dark Aether.

With the catastrophic failure of Operatsiya Izbavitel and Requiem's acquisition of the Forsaken, Omega Group's fate was left unknown.


Main article: Omega Group/Members



  • Aetherium Gun Turret - A stationary countermeasure created by Peck at Test Site Anna to combat the Forsaken.
  • Aetherium Neutralizer - A device designed by Zarkova capable of removing 99.8% of airborne Aetherium particles in its vicinity while generating a protective shield that allows exploration through the phase surrounding Outbreak Zones.
  • Aethermeter - A scanner used by soldiers and Aethernauts in the Dark Aether to locate Aetherium crystals for harvesting.
  • Aether Reactor - A special reactor developed by Peck that harnesses refined Aetherium as a power source. A model rendition was also created as proof of conception during Outpost 25's construction.
  • Agent Delivery System - An aerosol dispersal unit created by Peck for mass dispersal of his truth serum.
  • Amplifier Tunnel - A massive dimensional amplifier designed by Zykov and created by Peck at Test Site Anna capable of harnessing primordial Aetherium energy to amplify a breach needed to reach Zykov's position in the Dark Aether.
  • ARC-XD - A remote-controlled utility developed by Jager to lure and destroy certain undead specimens using its unique Aetherium power source.
  • Beacon Communications Receiver - A device created by Valentina that allows for disclosed communications when installed on a Beacon in the Outbreak Zones.
  • Boost Module - A launch pad system allowing for quick traversal around Outpost 25 and the Ural Mountains. A specialized monitor designed to calibrate trajectory was also built and attached onto the interface of the pad.
  • Containment Chamber - An enormous chamber designed by Peck using intel provided by the Director of Requiem, capable of absorbing and containing the Forsaken, its Aetherium-coated primer capable of nullifying any of the Forsaken's unnatural abilities.
  • Essence Trap - A throwable trap device based on a Projekt Endstation invention that is capable of containing the essence of a being, utilized in conjunction with the Memory Transfernce Station to extract memories from a Aether corrupted being.
  • LT53 Kazimir - A tactical device created by Peck and Zykov capable of generating a temporary rift to the Dark Aether that pulls in nearby enemies before dispersing.
  • Memory Transfernce Station - A device at Outpost 25 designed by Peck that plays back the recovered memories extracted by an Essence Trap.
  • Omega Canister - A containment unit designed to handle Aetherium samples without being exposed to its effects.
  • Omega Portal Chamber - A large dome structure designed by Peck capable of opening, maintaining and controlling dimensional breaches to the Dark Aether.
  • Omega Teleporter - A teleportation system created at Outpost 25 that allows for instant travel between two different portals.
  • Particle Accelerator - Omega Group's own take of the particle accelerator developed at Projekt Endstation, designed by Peck to be paired with the Amplifier Tunnel at Test Site Anna to open a portal to the Dark Aether.
  • Reactorniy Avtomat-Izluchatel Kuhlklay-84 - An experimental energy weapon created by Kuhlklay that harnesses converted Aetherium as ammunition.
  • Reality Inversion Warhead - An Operatsiya Inversiya warhead designed by Peck and Zykov capable of creating large dimensional breaches and Outbreak Zones at the site of impact. A model rendition was also created as proof of conception for Kravchenko.
  • Red Soldier Mechanized Armor - A mechanized suit of armor designed by Peck and Kuhlklay for Omega Group soldiers protecting Aethernauts in the Dark Aether.