Cold War player sets insane Mauer der Toten Zombies Exfil world record after five full days

Andrew Highton
mauer der toten map in cold war

It took one Black Ops Cold War player around 130 hours to reach the Round 935 round cap in Mauer der Toten Zombies and successfully Exfil to set a new world record.

Zombies has always been a popular and gripping game mode that Call of Duty players have loved for many years. It’s gone through many different locations and variations, including Cold War’s open-world Outbreak twist.

But many would find it difficult to get near the hundreds as the game’s difficulty and volume of hard-hitting enemies begins to increase exponentially. This is why it’s doubly impressive that one player has managed to solo an entire game of Mauer der Toten Zombies to reach the round cap of 935 and even technically reach 936.

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As of writing, there seems to be no clear evidence of any other player managing this incredible feat in Cold War Zombies.

The player in question didn’t stream any of their own performance personally, but the final moments were captured by TheOfficialKHF who streamed them.

To round off 130+ hours of gameplay, the player taunted a Zombie that was crawling around after them.

After a few seconds, he showed some mercy to the undead creature and then successfully Exfilled from the game. Even though the counter showed the game at Round 935, the OP said the game was actually in Round 936, but the game stops registering after 935.

In response to allegations of the footage being doctored and manufactured, the OP said: “In case you think this is fake, you’re very wrong. There is a few hours of recorded proof of him getting to 935 but I thought the exfil was probably the best clip to post here with the game over stats.”

With the risk of the game crashing, the zipline glitch, and many other factors in effect, it’s even more commendable that the player was able to power through the 130 hours and survive.

It’s the latest Zombies record to be broken after one player recently battered through over 300 hours of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 to set a new world record.

Also, check out the Death Perception Perk loadout that gives a huge damage boost in Zombies.

Image Credit: Activision / Treyarch

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