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How to Turn Power On in Firebase Z

Firebase Z has finally arrived, and with it, a bunch of questions from players who've no idea what to expect, nor what to do, once they are thrust into this zombie-laden map set somewhere in Vietnam.

Earlier, we talked about how to use the Pack-a-Punch machine.

Now, we're here to talk about how to turn that machine on, as well as activate the power throughout the entire map.

Scroll down below to find out.

Turning the Power on in Firebase Z

Activating the power in the all-new Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Zombies mode, Firebase Z, is quite easy, and all you have to do is to literally turn all three reactors on.

The said reactors are relatively easy to find. One is in Mission Control, the other is in Military Command, and the other is in the Data Center.

However, while finding them is the easy part, the hard bit is activating them, and before you do that, you have to make sure that you have at least 500 points available so you can start with the process.

And, oh, you also want to be packed while you're doing this because the zombies will start attacking you in waves after activating each reactor.

Luckily, once you're finished, the entire area will be cleared of any and all signs of the undead.

In addition to ridding the area of opposition, turning on the power in Firebase Z also lets you open all doors requiring power and gives you access to the entire map, as well as the Pack-a-Punch machine.

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