Earlier today Nazi Zombie Mode was inadvertently confirmed for Call of Duty: Black Ops - much to the joy of FPS fans everywhere.
However, it looks like the zombinos that'll be after our brains this time around will be a little bit different to the flesh eaters of old.
Treyarch boss Mark Lamia has spoken about the evolution of CoD: World At War's undead - and it sounds like a few surprises are in store.
"We continued to evolve [Nazi Zombies] after World At War - there was a dialogue going on with some of our hardcore community, and we were able to interact with the community and evolve - we did that with our zombie lore," he told the new Edge Magazine.
Lamia then went on to discuss the possibility of DLC for Black Ops after release.
"We think it's cool to be able to provide additional creative content - we're looking at this game almost as though it's a platform entry into something that's ongoing."
"I'm not going to tell you that's our entire focus but it's part of our genetic make up here that we're going to do stuff like that," he continued.
"I definitely think there's something very exciting about interacting in a live way, and being able to respond."
"With online connectivity, I just need a couple of back doors to introduce new things. And then the resources and time to work on them!"
We certainly hope he gets them and wonder what other little add-ons Treyarch might have up its sleeve.
An announcement of the game's official strategy guide given to CVG earlier today set the Zombie Mode as concrete proof. Phew.
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