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For the revised version in Cyborg Rising, see Mechanical Body Lab.
Verrückt
Verruckt
Previous level Nacht der Untoten
Next level Shi No Numa
Game Call of Duty: World at War
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Call of Duty: Zombies
Call of Duty Online
Character Marines (World at War)
Tank Dempsey, Nikolai Belinski, Takeo Masaki, Edward Richtofen (Black Ops)
Team Marines (World at War)
Original Characters (Black Ops)
Place Wittenau Sanatorium, Berlin, Nazi Germany
Date September 10th, 1945
Objective Survive for as long as possible against endless waves of the Undead.
Enemies Zombies
Console codename nazi_zombie_asylum (World at War)
zombie_asylum (Black Ops)
Multiplayer map Asylum
Campaign level Ring of Steel
"Electroshock therapy. Chemically engineered beverages. Hordes of Undead Nazis. Find the power to unite and send them back to their graves!"
— Singleplayer Solo mission description in the Mission Select menu.

Verrückt (German for crazy or insane), also known as Zombie VerrücktAsylum, or Zombie Asylum, is one of the maps available in the first Call of Duty: World at War map pack, as well as the Hardened and Prestige editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops. It is also available in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Rezurrection map pack, as well as on iOS, where it was released on February 11th, 2009 It is the second installment of the Zombies mode, and takes place in the Wittenau Sanatorium, located in Berlin, Germany.

OverviewEdit

Verrückt

Some zombies in Verrückt. Note the words "Lightning Banishes Darkness" on the wall, possibly a reference to the Electric Barrier killing zombies.

Verrückt is much larger than Nacht der Untoten, having more than twice the rooms, and features many more weapons and utilities. The most prominent features are the Perk-a-Cola machines, which mirror different multiplayer Perks, and the Power Switch. Another feature is the Electro-Shock Defenses.

Unlike any other zombies map, Verrückt has two spawn areas, which are separated by an electric door. The door will only open if the Power Switch is activated. The map is more close quarters than Nacht der Untoten was, having many short hallways and narrow staircases.

Zombie BehaviorEdit

Zombies in this map are much more aggressive than in Nacht der Untoten. Unlike the predecessor map, zombies are now able to attack players through the barriers, and will continue to do so in all maps after this one. Zombies in this map are also much faster than other maps, as well as smarter. Zombies can easily overrun players if they don't sprint with a pistol, submachine gun, or shotgun. Furthermore, the player will be downed in two swipes from a zombie, unless they have acquired Juggernog. Crawlers move quickly as well. Lastly, zombies are more likely to "double hit" the player than in Nacht der Untoten, making a zombie that gets close much more dangerous.

FeaturesEdit

Verrückt returns many of the features from Nacht der Untoten, as well as the debut of many others which have been commonly found in other maps.

The Power SwitchEdit

Main article: Power Switch

The Power Switch is a utility that can be found on the opposite side of the spawn rooms. It is free, and when activated, it will power many other utilities on the map including the Perk-a-Cola machines and Electro-Shock Defenses. In addition, once the power has been turned on, the electric door between the spawns will open, enabling movement between the two rooms and players to be reunited. As a cosmetic effect, lights around the map will also turn on.

Perk-a-ColasEdit

Main article: Perk-a-Cola

Perk-a-Colas are soda machines found throughout the map. When bought, the player will undergo a motion of drinking a bottle of soda. They grant the player a special ability, and those effects will mirror that of a multiplayer perk from World at War to an extent. Verrückt debuted four Perk-a-Colas. They are:

  1. Juggernog, which increases the players health to 250, allowing them to survive five hits from zombies as opposed to two without Juggernog. It is based on Juggernaut. It is the second most expensive of the four perks, at 2500 points.
  2. Speed Cola, which decreases the player's reload time and allows them to board up barriers faster. It mirrors Sleight of Hand. It is the most expensive of the four perks, costing 3000 points.
  3. Double Tap Root Beer, which increases the player's weapons' rate of fires by 33%. It directly mimics the multiplayer perk Double Tap. It costs 2000 points to purchase.
  4. Quick Revive, which halves the time it takes to revive a player. It resembles Second Chance, as the player revives allies at a fast rate similarly to in multiplayer. It is the cheapest perk available, at 1500 points (500 on solo of Black Ops). On the single player of World at War, there is no effect whatsoever, except for the lost of the players 1500 points.

In addition, Mule Kick appears on the Black Ops version of the map, similar to in Nacht der Untoten, where it costs 4000 points to purchase.

Electro-Shock DefensesEdit

Main article: Electro-Shock Defenses

The Electro-Shock Defenses are the first trap that appeared in zombies. There are several of them scattered throughout the map, where they are located in doorways and choke points. The cost of them is 1000 points per use. The trap will not grant the player any points, and as such should be used sparingly be used to reload, revive, and regroup. After use, the Electro-Shock Defense will have to cooldown before another use. Players without Juggernog will be instantly downed when they try to go through, while players with Juggernog can survive four "hits". They are rendered unusable until the power is turned on. There is a brief second where zombies can still attack players after the zombies have gone through the electric barrier before they die.

WeaponsEdit

All of the weapons from Nacht der Untoten return in Verrückt, as well as several other weapons. These include the Bouncing Betties, PPSh-41, STG-44, MP40. The PPSh-41 is only available in the Mystery Box, while all of the others can be found on the walls additionally.

Unlike in Nacht der Untoten, the Mystery Box can move if it is used so many times. When it is going to move, the player who rolls the box will obtain a Teddy Bear, which they can't pick-up. The Mystery Box will then vanish, being replaced by a pile of dirt. All possible box spawns are marked in a similar manner. The easiest way to locate the general location of the box is to look into the sky, where a faint blue light may be visible. This identifies the location of the box. The Mystery Box will always spawn in the power room first.

RoomsEdit

In three or four player co-op, the players will spawn in two different rooms separated by a closed electric door. It can be only be opened after the power has been turned on. When there is only three players, the lone player will spawn in the German side, which has less doors to open to get to the Power room. On four players, it will be split even. The door is bullet proof, however, there is a window that stielhandgranates can be thrown through to aid the other players. There is a location along the door that downed players on the other side can be revived through as well (confirmed on Black Ops).

Weapon PlacementEdit

The two sides of the entire building is centered around having German weapons on one side and American weapons on the other side. The American weapons and its German counterpart are the Springfield and Kar98k, M1 Garand and Gewehr 43, Thompson and MP40, and the BAR and STG-44. The only weapons that don't follow this pattern are the Bouncing Betties, M1897 Trench Gun, Double-Barreled Shotgun, and Stielhandgranates, due to them not having any counterparts in the game. Besides the weapons' locations following based on faction, they are also based on weapon type. For example, if one room has a bolt-action rifle, then its opposite room will also have a bolt-action rifle.

German (Left) Spawn RoomEdit

The left spawn room has four barriers. Besides the electronic door, there is only one other barricade that can be opened. There is a Mystery Box spawn located here, right next to Juggernog.

Weapons Available:

Perk-a-Colas Available:

  • Juggernog - Located in the small room with the Gewehr 43.

Unlocks:

  • Left Balcony - 1000 points

Left BalconyEdit

The left balcony is the next room from the left spawn. There are three weapons, a Perk-a-Cola, and two Electro-Shock Defenses. There is one barrier at the end of the hallways, as well as a wall barrier located right of the player after they go up the staircase. The Mystery Box spawn is right next to this barrier.

Weapons Available:

Perk-a-Colas Available:

Unlocks:

  • Left Upstairs - 750 points

Left UpstairsEdit

The Left Upstairs is the last room until the players from the German side can access the power room and switch. There are two windows, one directly in front of the previous door opened, and another at the end of the hallway. There is a Mystery Box spawn point next to the power room door. There is also the toilet for the musical Easter egg in this room.

Weapons Available:

Unlocks:

  • Power Room - 1000 points

American (Right) Spawn RoomEdit

The Right Spawn Room has only three barriers in contrast to the left's four. However, there is two doors that lead away from the room. There is no Mystery Box spawn in here.

Weapons Available:

Perk-a-Colas Available:

Unlocks:

  • Right Back Room - 750 points
  • Right Hallway - 750 points

Right Back RoomEdit

There is no barriers and no other available doors in this room. It is a dead end with only a single weapon available. Thus, the door is less useful, as it doesn't take the player physically closer to the power room.

Weapons Available:

Right HallwayEdit

The Right Hallway was two window barriers, as well as a wall. There is a staircase at the end of the hallway that has a sofa barricade halfway up. The Mystery Box spawn point for this room is directly in front of where the player opens up the previous door. There are three weapons in this room.

Weapons Available:

Perk-a-Colas Available:

  • Mule Kick - Left of the staircase at the end of the hallway. (Black Ops only)

Unlocks:

  • Right Balcony - 1000 points

Right BalconyEdit

The right balcony has only three barriers in it. In addition, there are two Electric-Shock Defenses here. There are three weapons in this room, but no box spawn.

Weapons Available:

Unlocks:

  • Right Upstairs - 750 points

Right UpstairsEdit

The Right upstairs has only a single barrier. In this small room, there is only two weapons and a Perk-a-Cola.

Weapons Available:

Perk-a-Colas Available:

  • Speed Cola - In front of the player after they open the door.

Unlocks:

  • Kitchen - 1000 points

KitchenEdit

The kitchen has no weapons available. There is only the door to to the power room and the right upstairs (if coming from the power room). There is one barrier here.

Unlocks:

  • Power Room

Power RoomEdit

The Power Room is a small area, with its two utilities and single barrier. The barrier is a huge choke point due to it being down a dead end staircase.

Weapons Available:

Utilities:

  • Power Switch - Opens the electronic door, and allows usage of electro-shock defenses and Perk-a-Colas.

Weapons Edit

Starting Weapons
Off-Wall Weapons

Mystery Box WeaponsEdit

Call of Duty: World at War
Call of Duty: Black Ops

Console CommandsEdit

Weapons

Perk-a-Cola MachinesEdit

Perk-a-Cola Machines

Easter EggsEdit

There are several minor Easter eggs that can found around Verrückt.

RadiosEdit

There are several radios hidden throughout the map. In World at War the radios aren't interactive, in Black Ops, however, at least one of them is. It is on a desk, visible from a window on the balcony of the American side. When shot, it will play music from campaign, much like the one in Nacht der Untoten.

Musical Easter EggEdit

Main article: Lullaby for a Dead Man

The musical Easter egg Lullaby for a Dead Man, by Kevin Sherwood and Elena Siegman, can be activated on this map. The song will start once the player flushes the left most toilet in the left upstairs three times.

There also is an interactive spot on an operating table by the Juggernog machine. To activate it, the player will need to press the "Use" button while standing next to it. Once done, it will make a drill sound and man can be heard screaming in the distance.

Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit

Verrückt is available via the Prestige and Hardened Editions of Call of Duty: Black Ops and the Rezurrection map pack. The biggest change is that the Cold War era weapons can be accessed from the Mystery Box. Another, much smaller change is the Springfield is replaced by the Kar98k, and that the Winter's Howl and Monkey Bombs are also available in the Mystery Box.

The zombie models used are those from Kino der Toten. The original models were not reused. This is standard with all of the Classic maps including Shi No Numa, although a different uniform was given in that instance.

Another notable difference is that the player can either be Edward Richtofen, Nikolai Belinski, Takeo Masaki, or Tank Dempsey, instead of one of the unknown Marines.

GalleryEdit

QuotesEdit

Main article: Verrückt/Quotes

TriviaEdit

Main article: Verrückt/Trivia

TrailersEdit

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