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Samantha's Sorrow is a song featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies. It was added to the Music Tracks on August 16, 2016 in the version 1.15 patch, along with the other songs featured in Gorod Krovi.
- In Der Eisendrache, Zetsubou No Shima, Gorod Krovi, and Revelations, during the ending cutscene.
- In Gorod Krovi, as a musical easter egg.
The Samantha's Sorrow musical easter egg on Gorod Krovi can be activated by completing a hide and seek mini game. To activate the game, the player must throw Monkey Bombs into three different areas being set on fire by the Dragons. This will cause a Samantha doll to spawn in front of the tombstone by the challenge boards in Belinski Square. Hold the "use" button on the doll to make it disappear in a green mist and start the the mini game. Five Samantha dolls will be hidden around the map in randomized locations. They will be playing the Der Eisendrache version of Samantha's Lullaby to indicate their location. Once one is shot, it will disappear in a green mist similar to the first doll and another one will appear. This must be done in a limited amount of time or the player will hear Samantha laugh similar to when the Mystery Box moves and the process will reset. When the game is lost, the currently spawned Samantha doll will disappear in a green mist, so the player can keep track of potential spawns. The player can restart the mini game by holding square on the grave again. When the mini game is done, go back to the tombstone; another Samantha doll will appear, which will be dragged into the grave by a skeleton hand when the player holds the "use" button. A Max Ammo drop will appear in its location and the song will start playing.
- The song was mistaken as a rendition of Samantha's Lullaby, due to different versions of that song being on Der Eisendrache and Zetsubou No Shima, and no official name being confirmed until it was listed in the Music Tracks in the 1.15 patch on August 16, 2016.
- The song was also mistaken as "Revelations," the song only seen as music sheets and not playable in game.