Music Easter Eggs have been a part of Call of Duty Zombies since Call of Duty: World at War, and Die Maschine for Black Ops Cold War provides another great music Easter Egg song.
This article will show you how to play the song "Alone" on Die Maschine.
Activating The Song in Die Maschine
As with all Easter Egg songs in Call of Duty Zombies, you are required to activate something around the map in order for the song to start playing. In this instance, you must find and pickup three cassette tapes scattered across the map.
This can be done at any time in your game.
The first cassette tape can be found in the original Nacht Der Untoten building in the Living Room area. It will be located in a cabinet where Mule Kick would normally be in the Black Ops 1 and Zombies Chronicles version of Nacht Der Untoten.
This cassette might be hard to spot, but if you have not already turned the power on, you can shine your flashlight on the cassette making it much easier for you to see.
The second cassette tape is in the Medical Bay where Speed Cola is located. Once you enter the room from the outside hallway, turn left and head up the set of stairs.
In the room above Speed Cola, the cassette will be on the far right side of a shelf on the other side of the room next to a window barrier where zombies spawn.
The third and final cassette tape can be found in the particle accelerator room below the pack-a-punch machine. Simply go to the right of the Krig 6 wallbuy and resting on a machine, the third cassette will be there for you grab.
As a result of you picking up all three cassette tapes, the song, "Alone," will turn on and start to play in the background of your current game.
The song will only play one time, and in order for you to hear the song in-game again, you must end your current game and start a brand new game. Then you must collect all three cassette tapes again.
Once again Treyarch has given the fans another blood-pumping Easter Egg song for the fans to listen to while playing Die Maschine.
"Alone" is composed by senior sound designer Kevin Sherwood of the Treyarch sound design team with lead vocals provided by Clark S. Nova, sound mixing by Scott Eckert, vocal engineering by Shawn Jimmerson, and vocal editing by Malukah.
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