Watch Jeff Goldblum, Ron Perlman in New Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Zombies Video
Heather Graham and Neal McDonough murder people, too.
Activision on Monday published a new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops III's "Shadows of Evil" zombies mode, and it does not disappoint. Watch as the video explains the origins of the game's four main characters, played by Jeff Goldblum, Heather Graham, Neal McDonough, and Ron Perlman.
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Shadows of Evil is set in the 1940s. The characters played by the celebrities are shown in this video committing murders of varying types. Perlman's character, for instance, is a boxer. He wears brass knuckles under his gloves and kills his opponent in the ring. Goldblum, meanwhile, kills his wife after she racks up more debt than he's comfortable dealing with. Watch the video to see all four killing sequences.
In the second half of the video, the four are shown drinking something that causes them to collapse. Then, a mysterious "shadowy figure" offers the four a shot at redemption, which involves killing zombies. "Only through me, the Shadow Man, will you find your redemption," the figure says.
It's a very slick trailer, with the character models rendered in stunning detail. Click through the gallery below to see what Goldblum, Graham, McDonough, and Perlman look like in the game.
Shadows of Evil is included with Black Ops III across all versions of the game, including the feature-stripped, last-generation edition.
Black Ops III launches on November 6 for all platforms. For lots more on the game's campaign, which stars actors from Law & Order and Battlestar Galactica, check out GameSpot's just-published preview.
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