The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: Black Ops. The subject of this article appeared in Zombies mode
"For our fans who purchased the Black Ops Hardened or Prestige Editions and already own the four re-mastered maps, the other contents in the Rezurrection pack will be included at no cost, including Moon, the soundtrack and the theme."
Activision



Rezurrection is the last Call of Duty: Black Ops downloadable content (DLC). It was first mentioned in an Activision earnings release. It was released on August 23, 2011 first to Xbox 360 and was released on September 22, 2011 to PS3 and PC.

If the player purchased the Hardened or Prestige Edition it is available for free. Otherwise, Rezurrection is available for 1200 Microsoft Points or $15.00 USD (£11.49).

Official Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Lift off into the latest Zombies epic with “Rezurrection,” the most recent downloadable content pack for “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” and the first to launch players into space for a new dimension of undead action!

Old school Zombies strategies get blown out the airlock in “Moon,” where the Call of Duty: Zombies saga comes full circle:

The undead have transformed Area 51 into a No Man’s Land, forcing our fearless heroes to escape to an abandoned top-secret moon base where they will face their ultimate challenge and bring an end to the Zombies menace. Whether battling in the lush Biodome or the subterranean shadows of a lunar mine, devious phasing zombies will test your reflexes as they shift in and out of sight. Watch for the undead astronauts as they run riot, unaffected by the base’s fluctuating gravity and lack of life support. Arm yourself with a space-age arsenal of new zombie-killing weapons including the Wave Gun, capable of cooking zombies from the inside-out, and the Quantum Entanglement Device, which taps theories of quantum mechanics to bless (or curse!) your battle against the undead. New equipment types and an all-new perk for thrice the zombie-slaying fun will help unearth the conspiracies that have plagued our heroes since 1943. “Rezurrection” also boasts the original four maps that spawned the Zombie phenomenon. Now armed with the firepower behind Black Ops, players can relive the original nightmare of “Nacht der Untoten,” escape the zombie madness in the asylum of “Verrückt,” battle back the undead Imperial Army of “Shi No Numa,” and pull the plug on “Der Riese,” the zombie factory that started it all.

Features[edit | edit source]

  • A new zombie map: Moon.
  • Four re-mastered classic maps:
  1. Nacht der Untoten
  2. Verrückt
  3. Shi No Numa
  4. Der Riese
  • An enhanced Zombies Soundtrack including three tracks never before available for purchase.
  • A new Zombies Moon theme.

Achievements/Trophies[edit | edit source]

Name Description Points Trophy level Image
Cryogenic Slumber Party In Moon, complete Richtofen's grand scheme. 75Gamerscore.png Silver Silver Trophy PS3 icon.png Cryogenic Slumber Party BO.png

One Small Hack for a Man...

In Moon, hack something. 5Gamerscore.png Bronze Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png One Small Hack for Man... BO.png

One Giant Leap

In Moon, become trapped in the Receiving Area and free yourself through resurrection in co-op. 5Gamerscore.png Bronze Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png One Giant Leap BO.png
Perks in Spaaaaace In Moon, purchase every Perk in one game. 30Gamerscore.png Bronze Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png Perks in Spaaaaace BO.png

Fully Armed and Operational

In Moon, acquire 3 Pack-A-Punched weapons at the same time. 25Gamerscore.png Bronze Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png Fully Armed and Operational BO.png

Ground Control

In Moon, prevent each excavator from breaching the base in one game. 10Gamerscore.png Bronze Bronze Trophy PS3 icon.png Ground Control BO.png

Big Bang Theory (secret)

In Moon, gain sweet, sweet, revenge. 100Gamerscore.png None Big Bang Theory BO.jpg

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Videos[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In the official poster, Der Riese is mispelled as Der Reise, which means "The Travel", with an improper article however.
  • The DLC requires 1.15 GB of hard drive space to install, a reference to Element 115, which is featured heavily in Zombies. However, this is most likely a coincidence.

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