A former Treyarch employee has revealed a multitude of possibilities Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Zombies Secrets that follow what they claim was an unfair shot today.
The whole debacle settled on Reddit, where reportedly a former employee, a Zombies Quality Assurance tester who poured out the remaining secrets in the popular mode of the game to pay more attention to "how badly the QA department is being handled".
It is worth noting that there is currently no confirmation that the poster worked in the studio, but his information and insights into previously unresolved Zombies Secrets indicate that he is telling the truth.
The angry former Treyarch employee claims he was wrongfully fired and treated after the QA team had a slight miscommunication and when he was allowed a lunch break.
Apparently, the situation escalated so much that the security was claimed because the employee refused to leave without his personal property.
As I said, a big part of Call of duty zombies The Easter eggs, secrets and secrets that players often take months to solve, and a QA tester with the knowledge of how everything works in mode, is a goldmine for players in the zombie community looking for answers.
As mentioned previously, it was not confirmed that the Reddit poster was actually a Treyarch employee. However, how he might encounter this knowledge is not clear.
In the thread, the former employee reveals numerous puzzles, including the missing steps for the Viking Boat puzzle on IX – which has since been reviewed and validated.
The QA-Leaker also revealed how to make Samatha Easter Egg "Crooked Man in a Crooked House", which has been the case ever since validated,
Elsewhere in the thread, the former employee revealed the goals of the valves in the Voyage of Despair engine room and revealed the exact method and procedure to make the siren song play, which was previously a mystery.
Since we have no confirmation that this person was previously a QA tester in the game, it should all be spiked with a grain of salt. Or at least the personal story, because all the leaks provided were real. And again, how anyone else would encounter leaks and information on this goldmine if he were not a former employee is not clear. Perhaps this confirms that the poster is actually the one it is claimed to be.
At the time of writing, Treyarch and Activision commented on the situation.