Moon is the eleventh and final Zombies map included in Call of Duty: Black Ops. It was released on August 23, 2011 for Xbox 360 and September 22, 2011 for PS3 and PC.
It is also available in the Zombies Chronicles map pack for Black Ops III. This remastered version of the map features better Zombies artificial intelligence, as well as some futuristic Black Ops III-era weapons, instead of the Cold War weapons.
1. Area 51
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In 2013, the government officially acknowledged the base’s existence and released a large amount of declassified information about its activities. Still, many people believe that the base is used to test alien technology recovered from supposed crash sites.
Moon is the final map in the Zombies Chronicles DLC, and it contains a lot of unique features. Some of these include the Wave Gun and Quantum Entanglement Device (QED) weapons, the Hacker Device, and the PES helmet.
These rounds will be tough for power-ups, but conserve ammo and keep Gerschs ready to spam the box for revival and hacking. An upgraded LMG or AR will work well during these rounds, though a Porter X2 is probably better suited for the late stages.
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The Pack-A-Punch is a staple of Zombies maps that allows players to upgrade their weapons for a fee. Whether it’s for the cost of 5000 points or 15000, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of this powerup as it can increase your weapon’s firepower and make it more resistant to zombie attacks.
The Pack-A-Punch is located in the Observation Tower room, straight ahead of the big red button. To access it, simply head there and press the button to “Lift Lockdown”.
The Pack-a-Punch machine is a utility found in all Zombies maps (excluding Dead Ops Arcade and Bus Depot (Survival)). It allows players to upgrade their weapon.
The first weapon upgrade costs 5000 points, increasing to 15000 for the next one. This is a great way to increase your weapon’s firepower, especially when you’re in the early rounds of the game.
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The Astronaut Zombie is a unique zombie that spawns on the Moon. They move very slowly and do not react to gunshots.
They also have a blast radius of 10 meters, so it is best to avoid shooting them from close range.
These zombies can be found throughout the map. They are immune to both the Wave Gun and the Quantum Entanglement Device.
8. Astronaut Zombies Teleporter
Astronaut Zombies are wandering zombies that can be found on any round, at any time and on the map. They are similar to Napalm Zombie’s and Shriekers, but they are more dangerous and will grab players, head-butt them, and teleport them a distance before they explode.
They take a lot more damage than normal zombies, but can be killed with Shotguns, Python and most explosives. Gersch Devices do not affect them, but they are immune to both versions of Wave Gun.
9. Pack-A-Punch Machine
The Pack-a-Punch machine is a common easter egg in most Zombies Chronicles maps. It allows players to upgrade their equipped weapon.
The machine is located in a small hallway room under the bank fortified by three metal doors. The player must open all the doors to access it; the third door needs power.
Once you open the door, a light beam begins to spin around. Eventually, it will stop and point to the Pack-a-Punch machine which rises from the water.