‘Call of Duty: Black Ops 3’ has brought a breath of life into the series for a lot of fans; ranging from the new ‘Realistic’ difficulty mode for campaign, to the addition of wall-running and a refined ‘boost jump’. Also making a comeback is the all-too-famous ‘Nuketown’ multiplayer map, made famous in ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops‘, released November 9, 2010.

One tradition that has followed ‘Nuketown’ since the beginning is an Easter Egg that involved the mannequins scattered around the map. ‘Black Ops‘ featured ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ by the Rolling Stones (video uploaded by YouTube user, ‘GuruKidHD‘) playing over PA speakers when all the heads were removed within two minutes. ‘Black Ops 2‘ enabled players to experience Atari games on the in-game score screen (video uploaded by YouTube user, ‘jahovaswitniss‘) by again, removing the heads of the mannequins within two minutes. ‘Black Ops 3‘ has taken a much, much creepier, I-Robot-esque approach, uploaded by YouTube user, ‘TheHiddenBlade01‘.

I won’t ruin it for you, see for yourself below:


After spending some time running around ‘Nuketown’ with my house-mate, I can confirm that this is very real and very, very creepy. All arms must be removed within the two minute window for the Easter Egg to work and there will be an infinite supply of mannequins spawning.

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