The new Descent map pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is available now for PlayStation 4 users, and among the offerings is the Zombies map, Gorod Krovi, which packs everything from hordes of the undead to dragons. On top of that, it also has some new GobbleGum flavors you can pick up, with some unique side effects.
We have rundown of the new GobbleGums you'll find in the Gorod Krovi map!
Projectile Vomiting GobbleGum in Gorod Krovi
Although the new map offers a singular Classic GobbleGum to choose from, Projectile Vomiting is about as wild as it sounds. The way it works is like this. If you manage to hit zombies with some form of grenade blast or rocket launcher (or other large projectiles of its type), you'll be able to make them vomit uncontrollably.
It's not quite clear what kind of purpose this serves the player, but it's pretty funny watching these things puke like mad, even as you send them to a fiery grave. Hey, might as well get it all out of your system before you make the trip, right? Check out the video below to see the pukefest.
Disorderly Combat GobbleGum in Gorod Krovi
Now let's get into the Mega GobbleGum flavors that you'll use more often. First up is the Disorderly Combat piece, which is green and covered with speckles. With it, you'll be able to use it for as long as five minutes, grabbing hold of a random gun in ten second time frames. That means you'll get all sorts of new toys to lay those zombies to waste with, although it can be unpredictable against stronger types that are wandering throughout Gorod Krovi.
Still, if you're feeling lucky – or you just want to take your chances and hope that a more powerful weapon enters the fray – feel free to gobble this down. Just be prepared for whatever's handed to you.
Slaughter Slide GobbleGum in Gorod Krovi
There are a lot of players who like to slide throughout Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's multiplayer modes, just for the sake of surviving and getting around the map a little bit faster. This Mega GobbleGum is built for them, as it lets you create explosions back-to-back as you execute the slide maneuver. These in turn, can impact any nearby enemies, making you a lethal sliding machine.
What's more, you can use this in any given time frame, but keep in mind that you can only use it for up to six slides. After that, it'll go back to its normal effect – so make sure you make each slide count in Gorod Krovi!
Crate Power GobbleGum in Gorod Krovi
Don't take this GobbleGum until you acquire a weapon from a Mystery Box. Once that's done, go ahead and choke it down, and then be prepared for an upgraded weapon once you return to it. It'll be on the same level as a weapon you find in Pack-a-Punch format, so you'll get some extra firepower as a result.
Just remember, make sure you pinpoint the location of the Box first and don't become too overwhelmed by enemies. Waste not, want not.
Shopping Free GobbleGum in Gorod Krovi
Last but certainly not least, there's this swirly green GobbleGum, which is probably the best choice you can make within the game. Once you swallow it down, you'll be able to make any given number of purchase on the house, including Wall-Buy weapons, Pack-a-Punch upgrades for your current weapons, the ability to open up new areas and even digging into the Mystery Box – all without losing your precious points.
However, make sure you think through what your plan is before you eat this GobbleGum in Gorod Krovi. The reason for this is because you could devour it, and then be nowhere near either weapons or wall gates to open up – and that wastes its potential. Plan out your course of action first, then go, buy the GobbleGum, and run wild.
There are plenty other GobbleGums to choose from throughout the game, but this breakdown of the newer ones should help you get through Call of Duty: Black Ops 3's Descent Zombies map with ease. Good luck in Gorod Krovi!