Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies in Spaceland Guide

4 November 2016
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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies in Spaceland Guide

Here’s the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies in Spaceland Guide for the new Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies Map on PS4, Xbox One & PC.

Watch the official “Zombies in Spaceland” story introduction:

Zombies in Spaceland is part of the package for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, the first of no doubt more Zombies maps that will follow in the Season Pass.

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    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies in Spaceland Guide

    This is a full guide to complete the Zombies in Spaceland zombies map.

    Four aspiring actors attend what they think is an audition for the eccentric and reclusive director, Willard Wyler. Invited to watch his old horror movies, they are transported into Wyler’s film, and must now fight to survive an onslaught of deadly zombies, before the last reel runs out and their souls are sacrificed forever.

    Willard Wyler Bio:
    Once the shining star of horror, Willard Wyler’s crafted the most captivating films that hypnotized audiences and left them begging for more… blood. Years ago, the genius director slowly retreated into obscurity; never to be seen again. Or so everyone thought… Now he’s back — ready to deliver thrills, chills, style, a gripping story — and of course, a body count! — Portrayed with voice and likeness by Paul Reubens (Pee-wee Herman).

    A.J. (The Jock) Bio:
    A natural born athlete with a silver tongue and Adonis-like looks. With his sporting ability at his disposal, he’s ready to knock this role out of the park, one zombie head at a time, or die trying.

    Poindexter (The Nerd) Bio:
    With taped glasses, a color-coded pocket protector and an astonishing lack of physical prowess, he’ll need to pull the wedgie out of his crack and get to work if he intends to survive.

    Sally (The Valley Girl) Bio:
    Despite her stereotypical valley girl looks from the 1980s, Sally means to show there’s more than air inside this head of hers – no matter how many zombies she has to gag with an armor-plated spoon.

    Andre (The Rapper) Bio:
    With hip-hop flair and packed with wicked rhymes, he is more than ready to take down some zombies.

    The DJ Bio:
    An icon who was sucked into the never-ending zombie apocalypse some time ago, he’s smart, and resourceful, and has figured out how to survive inside Willard Wyler’s movie. He will now break out all the stops to aid the new victims, stop Wyler, and finally escape this real-life nightmare. — Portrayed with voice and likeness by David Hasselhoff (Knight Rider, Baywatch), who will be an invaluable resource as they try to get out of this horror movie alive.

    Here’s how to get started in Zombies in Spaceland:

    Intro: Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s Zombies saga begins with “Zombies in Spaceland”, which transports you back in time to a 1980s amusement park complete with wild attractions, an awesome arcade, and a funky, functioning rollercoaster. In this all-new zombies co-op experience, new gameplay bring brand-new team mechanics, the After Life Arcade, and Fate & Fortune Cards into the mix. And, of course, there’s a rad 80s soundtrack. Fan-favorite features return, including hidden Easter eggs, awesome power ups, crazy perks, and radical weapons.

    Tip: Get a good team together of players you can rely on to revive and support you. Good team work is the key to success in Zombies mode. — Still looking for other co-op players? Leave your online username/gamertag in the comments section below and let people know you’re a team player. It’s fun to make new friends. 🙂

    Starter Tips: There are a lot of things to explore and secrets to unlock. Here are some tips that can hopefully keep you alive a bit longer.

    • Be sure to find N31L the challenge robot early on. Complete the challenges he gives you to earn tickets that you can exchange for weapons and gear at Concession Stands.
    More tickets can be earned by playing games in the theme park’s “Astrocade” arcade.
    • Candy Machines can give you additional gameplay perks to help you and your team. You can enable five at a time, but be careful – you will lose them if you go in to Last Stand.
    • Level up through the progression system to gain the ability to add attachments to your wall-buy weapons.
    • Select your Fate and Fortune Cards carefully in the lobby, and don’t forget to use them in-game. Once you have enough kills to enable them, scroll through to find the one you want and use it at the right time. Once you use them all up, you can restock at a Fate & Fortune Booth – for a price.
    Fate cards are permanent; Fortune cards are timed. You obtain them through supply crates, and they are consumables you can use in-game. You can set up your deck of five cards at the beginning of the game, and when you earn money or spend money in the game your card meter will fill. When that meter is full, you can select one of your cards, and then hit R1+L1 to activate it.
    Once you’ve used all five cards, you can go to one of the Fortune Tellers in the park and replenish your deck for in-game currency. It’s our way of riffing on Treyarch’s GobbleGum system – some of them are pretty powerful.
    • Newly added is a Lost & Found, because it’s no fun to have no guns when you come back from being killed. Especially after you’ve leveled them up and Pack a Punched them or whatever. Now you can buy them back at the Lost & Found, although you have to run all the way back to the front of the park do that, and that can be dangerous.

    Let’s begin the guide by showing you the first 10 minutes of zombie encounters as an intro to the video guide.

    It shows an overview of the map so you know how to survive when you first play it and get your bearings. So you can more easily find the map’s own set of Challenges to complete and to find out where you can find the Perk machines with a set location (they do not move) and what they give you.

    Starts at exactly 1 minute into the video:

    Item Location Tip: The in the previous COD game so-called 3D Printer & Weapon Upgrade Stations are now called the Mystery Box & Pack-a-Punch Stations, respectively. These locations are also indicated on the in-game map with a questionmark box/square & up arrows/triangle.

    UP NEXT: A full Zombies in Spaceland walkthrough up to the ending!

    Here are all the steps to take to finish the Zombies in Spaceland easter egg puzzle:

    This next guide will give a step-by-step playthrough of the sequence of events you’ll need to complete to finish the puzzle.

    Before we begin, you’ll need to go through a few tutorials in this map to get properly prepared to progress through the Easter Egg steps.

    TUTORIAL #1: How To Turn On The Power Locations Guide & How To Unlock The Pack-A-Punch Machine:

    The Pack-a-Punch Machine can be obtained after turning on the power*. It is always in the same spot. As well as the mentioned power generator locations on the Zombies in Spaceland map.

    Requirements: You need around 14,000 money to unlock all barriers and pack a punch an weapon. Normally you should be able to pack a punch your weapon in Round 6-8. To unlock the pack a punch machine and location you must activate the 4 power switches and the 4 portals across the map. There are 2 portals in the Journey into Space area, 1 portal in Kepler System area and 1 portal in Polar Peak area. After you activate all portals you can teleport to the Pack-a-Punch Machine and upgrade your weapon.

    *Timeline:
    00:09 – Power Station Location #1 – Journey into Space
    00:58 – Power Station Location #2 – Journey into Space
    01:48 – Power Station Location #3 – Kepler System
    02:19 – Power Station Location #4 – Polar Peak
    03:14 – Pack-a-Punch Machine Location

    • A short guide showing you how to find the Pack-a-Punch Machine and the power switches in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #2: Where To Get All 10 Perk Locations:

    The 10 perks can be obtained after turning on the power on Zombies in Spaceland. They are always in the same spot.

    The perk names are: Mule Munchies ($2000), Tuff ‘Nuff ($1500), Blue Bolts ($1500), Bombstoppers ($1500), Slappy Taffy ($2000), Quickies ($3000), Trail Blazers ($1500), Bang Bangs ($2000), Racin’ Stripes ($2000).

    • A short guide showing you where to find the Jugger-Nog, Quick Revive, PHD Flopper, Double Tap Spawns & other perk machines in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #3: How To Upgrade your weapon with an Elemental Effect (Fire, Wind, Storm, Venom):

    The 4 Elemental Upgrades can be obtained after turning on the power on Zombies in Spaceland and unlocking the Pack-A-Punch Machine. They are always in the same spot. They can be obtained after interacting with the purple Soul Jar next to the Pack-A-Punch Machine, after which 4 little UFO’s will fly off to 4 trap sections on the map in the Kepler System, Journey into Space, Astrocade, and Polar Peak.

    • A short guide showing you where to find the Elemental Upgrades in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #4: N31L Robot Full Upgrade Guide:

    The N3IL’s Battery Locations are: Ice Cream Stand in Kepler System, Bench by DJ Booth in Kepler System, Polar Peek Trashcan by RPR EVO.
    The Floppy Disk Location is: In the Underground.

    • A short guide showing you how to fully upgrade the N31L Robot in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #5: Where To Get All 3 SETI-COM Part Locations:

    The 3 SETI-COM Parts can each be obtained from 3 random spawn locations in Zombies in Spaceland. You’ll be looking for a Boombox, Calculator, and Umbrella. After you’ve found them, bring them to the DJ in the center of the park to put them together.

    Getting these SETI-COM Parts will be a requirement for the main easter egg quest.

    • A short guide showing you where to find the SETI-COM Buildable Parts in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #6: X-Quisite Upgrade Guide:

    You only need to do this if you’re going after the complete sticker pack collection. However, you’ll first need to have completed the grey alien boss fight from the main easter egg (detailed in steps at the bottom of this guide page).

    • A full detailed guide to unlocking the “X-QUISITE” upgrade in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #7: How To Get The Dischord Wonder Weapon:

    The Dischord Wonder Weapon can be picked up in zombies mode on the Zombies in Spaceland map. This Quest weapon is a super-powerful weapon that can be assembled through completing various quests, in this case you need 3 weapon parts as seen in your inventory.

    – Put 3 different red, blue & green colored coins (which are random drops you get from zombie kills) into the Souvenir Station coin machine outside the Arcade Hall that spits out the first part, the Disco Ball Part.
    – Then kill zombies until you get a pair of Sunglasses AKA Shades that turn your screen black & white and make 5 red-outlined targets** visible for shooting until a Battery Part appears on the Arcade’s dance floor.
    – Here’s how to get the last part. First release the dormant mini-UFOs inside the Pack-A-Punch room by holding the X / Square button or F key at the vessel.
    Next, go to the Kepler System where you need to find a big Brute zombie (in his alien disguise). Brutes always spawn in Scene 10-12. Lure a Brute into the giant alligator mouth trap to make its mouth slam down on that zombie until its teeth break off.
    After that go to the Arcade Hall and use the disco trap (15-20 zombies needed) to change the path of the mini-UFO hovering there. Buy an Arcane Core for 300 tickets (Note that tickets can be obtain by playing arcade games, N31l challenges & zombie drops) at the nearby Weapons of the Future stand outside the Arcade hall. Kill zombies near the UFO using the weapon you have upgraded with the Arcane Core. After lots of kills the UFO drops a ball of light. Pick it up and your weapon will be upgraded with the Laser Element.
    Lastly buy the alligator’s golden replacement teeth for 300 tickets inside the building (in the Arcade shop) and go to the alligator trap in Kepler System. Place the Gold Teeth where the teeth broke off earlier and leave the trap mouth. Shoot the 3rd circle from the left with your upgraded weapon and pick up the Green Stone Part.
    – How to put the 3 parts together? It is done in the Arcade where you can put all parts onto the alien cutout poster to make it appear.

    The Dischord pistol is single shot and fires energy bullets. Kill a zombie with this and they spin around, arms out, gibbing and knocking other zombies into the stratosphere.

    • A detailed guide showing you how to find the Dischord Wonder Weapon in Zombies in Spaceland.

    **This next video guide shows you all 13 target locations for the battery step of the wonder weapon. There are 5 targets in random locations each game. There are 13 locations where the targets can spawn. This handy video shows all 13 possible spawn locations sorted by distance from the starting point.

    Timeline:
    00:09 – #01
    00:16 – #02
    00:31 – #03
    00:48 – #04
    00:56 – #05
    01:11 – #06
    01:33 – #07
    01:53 – #08
    02:10 – #09
    02:30 – #10
    02:49 – #11
    03:09 – #12
    03:30 – #13

    TUTORIAL #8: How To Get The Shredder Wonder Weapon:

    The Shredder Wonder Weapon can be picked up in zombies mode on the Zombies in Spaceland map. This Quest weapon is a super-powerful weapon that can be assembled through completing various quests, in this case you need 3 weapon parts as seen in your inventory.

    – Pick up 3 red colored Alien coins (which are random drops you get from zombie kills) and put them in the Souvenir Station machine over in the Kepler System to get the Alien Part. (Will also give you the Medusa Device.)
    – Next, buy the Arcane Core weapon attachment for 300 tickets (Note that tickets can be obtain by playing arcade games, N31l challenges & zombie drops) at the nearby Weapons of the Future stand & put it on your weapon. Make sure you’ve opened up the entire map, and linked all portals by going through all of them to get into the Pack-A-Punch area. Now go to Pack-A-Punch and interact with the dormant mini-UFOs on the desk by holding the X / Square button or F key at the vessel to send them flying, after which you can follow a small UFO to the Kepler System to kill 20-30 zombies with that attachment active near the UFO, so their souls get sucked in, rewarding you with a fire upgrade. This with fire upgraded Arcane Core-powered weapon will allow you to progress.
    In the Kepler System make a Brute zombie (in his alien disguise) appear and make the giant alligator mouth slam down on that zombie until its teeth break off, then inside the building (in the Arcade shop) you can buy the alligator gold replacement teeth for 300 tickets and after putting the Gold Teeth in giant alligator mouth, you’ll get access a set of canisters in the back of the giant alligator’s mouth. Now use your fire upgraded Arcane Core-powered weapon to shoot at these canisters (especially the 3rd from the left) to reveal the Red Stone Part.
    – Lastly get some Sunglasses and go to Polar Peak & open the door leading you to Bang-Bangs. Put the Sunglasses on to turn the screen black & white, after which you can see a waterboat going around in a circle, shoot the battery on the back seat until it falls into the water. Now head up to the colored fountain-lights and you can pick up the Battery Part from the green water fountain when the water shoots up!
    – Finally, you can find the Shredder weapon in the Underground section where you can pick it up next to a workbench.

    The Shredder gun is single shot and fires energy rays. It can kill multiple zombies with a single shot and they literally evaporate into thin air.

    • A detailed guide showing you how to find the Shredder Wonder Weapon in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #9: How To Get The Headcutter Wonder Weapon:

    The Headcutter Wonder Weapon can be picked up in zombies mode on the Zombies in Spaceland map. This Quest weapon is a super-powerful weapon that can be assembled through completing various quests, in this case you need 3 weapon parts as seen in your inventory.

    – Pick up 3 green colored Yeti coins (which are random drops you get from zombie kills) and put them in the Souvenir Station machine over in the Polar Peak to receive the little Yeti Toy Part.
    – Next, get 350 tickets to buy 2 Cryo Grenades at a time from the Arcade shop, then go outside to throw the Cryo Grenade at the moving Yeti statue’s head to make it blow out cold air that freezes any zombies that walk into it. Killing 10 of these frozen zombies with headshots will result in the giant Yeti statue starting to roar, now you can walk to Polar Peak’s exit door just past the gift shop to find a medium size Yeti holding the glowing Battery Part in its hand.
    – Requirements to get the last Part: Make sure you’ve opened up the entire map, and linked all portals by going through all of them to get into the Pack-A-Punch area. Now go to Pack-A-Punch and interact with the dormant mini-UFOs on the desk by holding the X / Square button or F key at the vessel to send them flying, then go to the UFO in Polar Peak and get around 20-30 zombie kills in this area specifically by using the laser Steel Dragon trap (cost: $750); when done successfully the UFO will start flying around all of the Polar Peak.
    Buy an Arcane Core for 300 tickets (Note that tickets can be obtain by playing arcade games, N31l challenges & zombie drops) at the nearby Weapons of the Future stand next to a trash can. Equip it on your weapon and get 20-30 zombie kills near the UFO, so the UFO can collect their souls. After that’s done the UFO will drop a little purple-glowing orb that has the Polar Peak Element Upgrade for your weapon.
    Next, go to the Kepler System where you need to find a big Brute zombie (in his alien disguise). Brutes always spawn in Scene 10-12. Lure a Brute into the giant alligator mouth trap to make its mouth slam down on that zombie until its teeth break off. – Then buy the alligator’s golden replacement teeth for 300 tickets inside the building (in the Arcade shop) and go back to the alligator trap in Kepler System. Place the Gold Teeth where the teeth broke off earlier and leave the trap mouth. You’ll get access a set of cannisters in the back of the giant alligator’s mouth. Now use your Polar Peak Element upgraded Arcane Core-powered weapon to shoot at these canisters (especially the 3rd circle from the left of them) to reveal the Yellow Stone Part for you to pick up.
    – Finally, you can place the 3 parts in the alien cardboard cutout found in the Pole Peak store (in between rows sunglasses & robots) which will give you the Headcutter weapon.

    The Headcutter pistol is single shot and fires energy bullets with 100% accuracy. Hit a zombie with this and they die instantly from exploding head-itis, with a cloud of bright colored smoke appearing above their head afterwards.

    • A detailed guide showing you how to find the Headcutter Wonder Weapon in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #10: How To Get The Face Melter Wonder Weapon:

    The Facemelter Wonder Weapon can be picked up in zombies mode on the Zombies in Spaceland map. This Quest weapon is a super-powerful weapon that can be assembled through completing various quests, in this case you need 3 weapon parts as seen in your inventory.

    – Pick up 3 blue colored Space Astronaut coins (which are random drops you get from zombie kills) and put them in the Souvenir Station machine over in the Journey Into Space area to receive the little Rocketship Toy Part as a reward out of the coins machine.
    – Requirements to get the second Part: Make sure you’ve opened up the entire map, and linked all portals by going through all of them to get into the Pack-A-Punch machine area. Now go to Pack-A-Punch and interact with the dormant mini-UFOs on the desk by holding the X / Square button or F key at the vessel to send them flying, then go to the UFO in the back of the Journey Into Space area and get around 20 zombie kills in this below-the-rocket-ignition area specifically by using the rocket Star Mission trap (cost: $750); when done successfully the UFO will start flying around all of Journey Into Space.
    Buy an Arcane Core for 250 tickets (Note that tickets can be obtain by playing arcade games, N31l challenges & zombie drops) at the nearby Weapons of the Future stand. Equip it on your weapon and get 20-30 zombie kills near the UFO, so the UFO can collect their souls. After that’s done the UFO will drop a little blue-glowing orb that has the Journey Into Space Element Upgrade for your weapon.
    Next, go to the Kepler System where you need to find a big Brute zombie (in his alien disguise). Brutes always spawn in Scene 10-12. Lure a Brute into the giant alligator mouth trap to make its mouth slam down on that zombie until its teeth break off. – Then buy the alligator’s golden replacement teeth for 300 tickets inside the building (in the Arcade shop) and go back to the alligator trap in Kepler System. Place the Gold Teeth where the teeth broke off earlier and leave the trap mouth. You’ll get access a set of cannisters in the back of the giant alligator’s mouth. Now use your Polar Peak Element upgraded Arcane Core-powered weapon to shoot at these canisters (especially the 3rd circle from the left of them) to reveal the Blue Stone Part for you to pick up.
    – Lastly, hover around the portal in the Journey Into Space area, leaving at least one zombie remaining at the end of the round (so they can’t bother you with what you’re about to do). At which point you have to activate the portal and throw a grenade into it, after which it will bounce back red on fire, quickly pick it up and throw it in front of you repeatedly (so it won’t explode; kinda like playing hot potato) until you reach the Journey Into Space spawn area and throw the grenade into the portal at the top of the stairs. This will reward you with the Battery Part in front of the Pack-A-Punch portal.
    – Finally, you can place the 3 parts in the alien cardboard cutout found in the Journey Into Space stores section (outside in front of the Candy Cluster ride attraction) which will give you the Face Melter weapon.

    The Face Melter pistol is single shot and fires energy bullets. Kill a zombie with this gun and they literally rocket upwards, exploding and raining fire down on the other zombies.

    • A detailed guide showing you how to find the Facemelter Wonder Weapon in Zombies in Spaceland.

    TUTORIAL #11: Double Pack-A-Punch Guide:

    Normally when you upgrade any weapon with the Pack-A-Punch machine once, you cannot upgrade it any more. However, you’ll first need to have completed the grey alien boss fight from the main easter egg (detailed in steps lower on this page) as the alien boss drops 2 Alien Fuses once he’s defeated in front of the Projection Room portal that leads to the Pack-A-Punch machine. Take these Alien Fuses to the Pack-A-Punch machine to install them, thus allowing you to Pack-A-Punch any weapon twice! You can even Pack-A-Punch upgrade the 4 Wonder Weapons that normally cannot be Pack-A-Punched! Of course the second upgrade will cost you 10,000 points each time (on top of the 5,000 points it already costs for the first upgrade).

    • A short guide showing you how to double upgrade with the Pack-A-Punch in Zombies in Spaceland.

    ALL EASTER EGG STEPS:

    Finding the start of the main Easter Egg quest and lists the requirements to complete it 100%.
    Including how to defeat the grey alien final boss fight to get the piece of the Soul Key and the ending.

    That’s it! You now have all the details you need to complete the hidden Easter Egg puzzle in the new Zombies in Spaceland map. 😀

    Tip: While all this can be done on Solo, it’s recommended to tackle the steps with a Co-Op partner to make it easier. Since they can hold off the zombies while you take aim at the next target.

    Note: Here’s what the map creators have to say about it. To quote Zombies in Spaceland project lead Brian Bright: “There is a lot of time involved in those. It’s just coming up with a mixture of puzzle aspects, finding items in the world, and then stringing them all together in some way that is relatively coherent. But it’s a lot of fun because we knew we wanted to have a certain in-game event happen, and designing the lead up to that was fun. In fact, one of the easter eggs is pretty obscure, and maybe nobody will find it.”

    Big thanks to Activision, MrDalekJD, NoahJ456, 360GameTV & MrRoflWaffles for the discoveries on & after launch day!

    Have you been able to complete COD:BO3 Salvation’s Zombies in Spaceland?

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    • mia269

      split screen with guest in zombie map. is it even possible?? how can i add another controller or is it just possible when playing online?

    • Hi Mia! Both Multiplayer & Zombies have a 2-player local split-screen option. Two things to check:
      1. Do you have the game updated to the latest version? A 6GB patch was released on Tuesday.
      2. Are both controllers turned on and logged into a player name on your system?

      That’s all I can think of to double-check. Hope it helps and if you do get it to show up, please share how you did it. 🙂

    • mia269

      Thank you! kinda embarrassed right now but my only problem was that i couldn’t find the “local play” selection. i was looking everywhere else but the main page..d’oh. 😀

    • Haha! Don’t worry about it, I had the same issue with finding Strike Missions in a previous COD game. I ended up making a guide out of it when I figured it out and found out lots of people were having the same problem. Anyways, back to updating this zombies guide with new tips. 🙂

    • Dennis S

      Anyone playing on the PS4 platform who needs a good zombie killing partner, add me.
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