Black Ops 4 Zombies Adds Game of Thrones Actor in Latest Leak

Black Ops 4 Zombies Adds Game of Thrones Actor in Latest Leak

Plus two new multiplayer maps.

A developer build of the Multiplayer Map Pack 1 for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 accidentally released ahead of schedule in Australia, fueling a wave of leaked video footage of content not yet available in the game, including the first look at Game of Thrones star Charles Dance and 24 star Kiefer Sutherland

As part of the $50 Black Ops Pass, Black Ops 4 players are scheduled to receive a new zombie map and two new multiplayer maps, Elevation and Madagascar. These maps aren't scheduled to go live until later today, but a pre-release build of both maps found their way randomly into Australian servers.

The new zombie map is called Dead of the Night and surprise, surprise actors Kiefer Sutherland and Charles Dance have found their way into the world of Call of Duty zombies. There's also Helena Bonham Carter. Like the multiplayer maps, Dead of the Night was released early, and players have posted the full video intro for the new zombie map.

Here are video clips for the two new multiplayer maps below.

Treyarch tweeted about the accidental early release and says that players should refrain from spoiling themselves before the official release later today, December 11, and that there will be a new trailer along with the launch.

While Call of Duty normally releases four maps per pack, the company is opting for two while signaling that more maps will be available over the course of the DLC cycle.

For more on the latest Call of Duty check out our Black Ops 4 guides for walkthroughs, tips, reviews, and more.

An earlier version reporting on the leak said the actress was Lucy Lawless. The official reveal announced that it's actually Helena Bonham Carter. We have updated the story to reflect these new developments.

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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