Outbreak – Operation Excision
December 14, 1984
Even after ending Operatsiya Inversiya with the help of Samantha Maxis – a changed person since her time spent in the Dark Aether – and Ravenov, who’s now back in the field, the war with Omega Group is still far from over.
Shortly after this successful mission, Requiem identifies eight scientists within Omega Group who are willing to defect for their safety, known as “The Omega Eight.” Requiem’s top team of agents arrives after multiple jumps with a special device to contact Ravenov for more intel.
But it’s not in the cards for the team to come home, and the secret war between Omega Group and Requiem is far from over. The mission known as “Operation Excision” comes to a head at the Sanatorium in the Ural Mountains, where the defecting scientists are supposedly waiting to be rescued.
On arrival, the squad’s objective drastically changes after finding the scientists’ corpses, and an immediate exfil is called for once the strike team realizes they’ve walked into an Omega trap. A massive firefight with an undead army ensues, including a towering Orda that emerges from the underground. As Raptor-1 picks up the strike team for evac, his helicopter is attacked and comes crashing down.
“Sadly, Weaver,” says a mocking voice talking into one of Requiem’s radios, “them coming home is not part of the plan.” Walking through the rubble, an old enemy appears: Lev Kravchenko, leader of the Omega Group.
What can Kravchenko possibly have planned for Requiem?
We’ll find out in “Mauer der Toten,” but for now, you can experience all of Outbreak right now in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies via public or private matches, where you and up to three friends can explore and survive the zombie-infested Ural Mountains.