Off-Map Exploration of Black Ops’ Kino der Toten Reveals Cut Content And Secrets

One of the most popular maps in COD Zombies' history seems to have more than what meets the eye.

Call Of Duty has always been one of the more known first-person franchises ever to hit the shelves. With a new game every year, they always try to push out content, even if it isn’t up to mark. A great example is the Black Ops franchise, and how mixed it has been with the community regarding the later releases.

Although their new content hasn’t been as impressive as some other titles, it is the fact that their older titles were almost perfect. The most remarkable example we have is Modern Warfare and Black Ops.

With Black Ops being one of the highest-rated Call Of Duty games, it has never disappointed. It was so good that even after years of release, people still come back to these older games. Well, one of these loyal fans decided to explore what exists outside of the map, and the findings are very peculiar.

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The user by the name of Import – Ieu makes a lot of content featuring previous COD games. His videos mostly include glitches, secrets, and many other unique things. But out of everything that he has done, this video targets a more technical approach by breaking the barriers constraining the player and venturing out of bounds.

COD Zombies has been a cult classic for many years with the Black Ops franchise frequently winning fan favorite in this sub-genre. Even if the later parts of Zombies were a good experience, the original has absolutely no competition, from the originality and overall gameplay flow, it was unbeatable.

This video shows some assets thrown around and separate rooms which could lead to a simple explanation that it was cut, but not removed from the map, why this would be the case is unknown. A user had this to say about one of the assets,

I think the tower is the Berliner Fernsehturm, a viewing platform originally built by the East Germans as a radio tower. At the moment it remains the tallest structure in Germany! A nice little touch even though I don’t know how you can see it from inside the theater.”

Seeing as these rooms have almost no features but are somewhat functioning is creepy, to say the least. But looking at how this map is a Nazi recreation, that probably is not the scariest part.

The video ends by showing how the teleporters work, and well it caught many users off guard. Finally, as the video comes to a close, we can speculate that many other maps might feature the same cut assets or functionality, just hidden in some corner of the map.

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