Zombies in Spaceland: How to Use the Lost and Found - Prima Games

Zombies in Spaceland: How to Use the Lost and Found

by Prima Games Staff

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is now available worldwide, and with it comes the return of the beloved Zombies mode. This time around, players get transported to an 80s theme park, where they’ll need to take on the undead horde using everything at their disposal. In this guide, we’ll show you how to use one of the new mechanics of the game, the Lost and Found, which allows you to repurchase your weapons after you die in Zombies in Spaceland.

How to Use the Lost and Found

Making use of the Lost and Found area of the game actually requires a couple of things. First, you must purchase the Up N’ Atoms perk for your character. This perk, which works similar to Quick Revive, allows you to come back from death. In order to purchase Up N’ Atoms, you must first know how to turn on the power in Zombies in Spaceland. You can see the location of the Lost and Found building below.

Before you can visit the Lost and Found, you actually have to die. Upon death, with the Up N’ Atoms perk activated, you’ll be transported to the Afterlife Arcade, where you can play various games to earn Soul Power. You can also spectate your teammates from here, and offer any advice you might have to help them out. Once you fill up the Soul Power meter, you will earn a Self-Revive token, which can then be turned in at the Revive door to return to life for more zombie butt kicking. Learn how to find and use the Pack-a-Punch, as it will allow you to kill even more zombies!

Once you make your way back from the afterlife, head towards the front of the park, where you originally started. You should also notice that there is now a new icon on your HUD, and it has a bar around it that is slowly counting down. If you cannot make it back to the Lost and Found section at the start of the map, then you will lose your items forever. If you manage to make it back, though, be sure to grab enough cash to purchase your loadout on the way, otherwise you’ll be stuck at the start of the map with no way to get your weapons back.

That’s really all there is to know about the Lost and Found mechanic in Zombies in Spaceland. It works similar to mechanics we’ve seen in previous Zombies modes, so make use of it if you find yourself taking an untimely trip to the Afterlife Arcade. You can learn more about the game by heading over to our Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare guide, or head straight to our Zombies in Spaceland guide for more tips, tricks and guides to help you survive Zombies in Spaceland.

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