These Stashes zombies, often referred to as Mystery Boxes by players familiar with the Black Ops series of zombies, usually contain rare weapons and items and are an easy way to fill players' inventories early Provided they are ready to deal with hordes of zombies and real opponents. These zombie stashes, who open after killing a series of undead in a zombie-themed location like Asylum, no longer grant players Tier 3 armor, while Treyarch says the decision was made after a continuing blackmail assessment of armor , 1
In Today's # BlackOps4 Update:
• Tier 3 Armor Removed from Stashes Zombies in Blackout
• Blackout Stash-Fixing Incoming Problems
• Problem with "The Fixed Numbers in MP (PS4)
Zombies in Blackout have mysteriously disappeared …
Patch Notes: //t.co/jm99mYqIov
– Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) December 22, 2018
The last part of this message, which dealt with the zombie enemies in blackout mode, was previously annoyed by Treyarch, as he ominously solemnized the news Incident shared zombies removed from blackout. It is thought that they will return with a sort of connection to the holiday events that Treyarch is now running, but how that will work remains to be seen until they get back into the blackout card.
Treyarch Updates The Likelihood of finding a set of Level 3 armor has been reduced after another update that re-issued armor items, although allowing players to repair their equipment. An update released a few days ago reduced the durability of Level 2 and Level 3 Armor even though it added an "Armor Repair" system that Treyarch had previously announced. The system allows players to find and wear armor plates that can be used to repair damaged armor so players do not have to swap slightly damaged Tier 3 armor for the next set they encounter.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's new update which removes Tier 3 armor from Zombie Stashes, is now available on all platforms.