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Overview:

-Estimated trophy difficulty: 6.84

-Offline:34 (20(B), 8(S), 5(G), 1(P))

-Online:1 (1(B))

-Approximate amount of time to (P): 10-15 hours.

-Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2-3

-Number of missable trophies: None

-Glitched trophies: None known as of now

-Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes

-Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes

 

Step 1: Zombies aren't Normal, they're grim.

 

Start the game off on grim. Already you should see two locked difficulties out of 5; our goal is to unlock Morbid difficulty at the end of this playthrough. If you want you can start the game out on Normal if Grim ends up being too hard for you. Be warned that beating it on normal will NOT unlock Morbid. The difficulty trophies stack so beating it on Grim will net you the trophies for Normal and Braindead as well. While playing through the game be on the look out for Loot. You can start playing grim in online or offline co-op. You will get the difficulty trophies and also the co-op trophies when you beat the game

 

Loot consists of money/multipliers/Armor. Loot is located in the trunks of cars, small metal boxes and Armor is located in those big yellow boxes. You must be careful when blowing up cars. Every one of them have something hidden in their trunks. Go up to them and melee them to open them; you will receive gold. Blowing up cars without opening the trunks first will destroy the loot, forcing you to die and restart back at the checkpoint. A good way to keep track of the cars is to blow them up after opening them, this will help you toward the Car Killer trophy and help kill zombies, just be sure the car you're about to destroy isn't near a car that hasn't been opened yet.

 

You have to comb the levels for tiny metal boxes that glow Yellow(gold) then switch to Red(Multiplier) and vice versa. There will also be boxes that glow Blue. These contain equipment and ammo for you and are very useful in many situations.

 

The big yellow boxes contain Armor. You can equip this Armor in the weapon shop to increase your stats such as making you faster, taking more hits and hitting harder. There are 3 sets for armor; Armoshell, Exogear and Protosuits. There are 5 different iterations of each armor for your torso, arms and legs (ex. Exogear #2, protosuit #5, armoshell #1). Doing this is recommended to make Morbid easier.

 

Loot consists of only crates and cars; nothing else counts. If you get 97% at the end of the level, you must have missed a car.

 

10,000+ zombies should be dead at the end of this playthrough. It won't be hard hitting this mark. You will be killing almost 1000 zombies a level, with almost 2000 in the last level. Be sure to burn, explode, headshot and melee as many zombies as you can while also blowing up cars.

 

Campaign Trophies do NOT unlock using mission select, which means you have to start a new game and beat it to get the difficulty trophies. Certain other trophies also do not unlock. You should only be using mission select for going back and upping your kill count along with finding loot.

 

Step 2: Morbidly Undead.

 

After beating the game on Grim, start your game on Morbid. Here enemies are faster and stronger. Luckily though, your armor transfers over. So if you were a good little last remaining human survivor, you'd have gotten all the armor. If not, do it now. All the kill trophies are cumulative, whatever you did in Grim carries over, so go burn, explode, headshot and blow up cars. You should know the levels by now so try to not die.

 

Step 3: The Undead and Co-Op

 

So you beat Morbid, good job. You unlocked the hardest difficulty setting, Undead. Go play the 1st level and beat it for the last difficulty related trophy. If you haven't already beaten the game with a friend using my suggestion, do it now. You can do it on braindead difficulty; you'll get the trophy either way. Here's a warning though, playing the game on co-op curves the difficulty a bit, so playing a game on morbid co-op is much harder than playing it solo.

 

Step 4: 53,596 zombies later(clean up)

 

If you're still missing some trophies, get them now. Your last trophy most likely will be the Genocidiary trophy, beating the game will net you around 10,000 kills, so just replay the last level until you get your trophy. You can check how many you have killed in the stats page.

 

Mission Select

You can pick mission select to go back and get whatever trophies you need. You will NOT earn campaign trophies though such as beating the game or beating a level.

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Collect All Trophies

 

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Complete Campaign Mode On 'Braindead'

See Morbid Curiosity

 

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Complete Campaign Mode On 'Normal'

See Morbid Curiosity

 

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Complete Campaign Mode On 'Grim'

See Morbid Curiosity

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/05.jpg Morbid Curiosity (G)

Complete Campaign Mode On 'Morbid'

 

To unlock Morbid, you have to complete the game on Grim, not normal. The difficulty trophies stack so beating it on Grim will get you the other two difficulty trophies. Beat Morbid to unlock Undead mode so you can get the 'Very Dead' trophy.

 

The enemies are faster and harder than in Grim mode. I highly recommend collecting all armour pieces and learning your surroundings as you will really need it to survive. Take your time and have patience. There are a couple of tricks that you will need to use to ensure survival.

 

Rush: This is your best friend, not only does it have invincibility frames, it can throw you out of a losing battle quickly over to a safe area. You will need to learn how to use this effectively. It doesn't recharge instantaneously so be sure you don't rush into a wall or more zombies. "What do you mean by 'invincibility frames'?" Well during the rush you're invulnerable to all damage for a very short period of time. A great way to see this is confronting a Bombie, they don't do anything besides explode, rush when they are right about to explode and you won't get hurt at all! Use this strategy to ensure your survival.

 

Cars: They're there for a reason; use them. Pop their trunks by meleeing them to get money; money you will use to upgrade your weapons. Some cars blink red, which means they have alarms. These are of great use to you when there're a lot of zombies on screen. Just shoot the car and watch them flock to it. The ones that don't have alarms can still be of use, they're alot harder to use to kill enemies but a small time bomb is better than no bomb.

 

Loot/money: Loot and money is very important to you. You love loot, you need money, you want trophies. Loot can be found in the trunks of cars and small metal boxes. Scour the level looking for cars and these small boxes, but WAIT until they glow yellow, they give multiplier's when they glow red which we have no use for. Doing this will get you a lot of money. 1st thing you should do is upgrade your rifle, flare and sub machine gun. Your rifle is your most useful weapon until the last level(more on that later). The flare is a life saver, just throw one out and every zombie will switch targets to the flare, upgrading it makes it last longer and gives more which is what we need to beat this mode. Your submachine gun kills the weaker zombies in one shot, now you can do this with the rifle but I doubt you can kill 100 running zombies with 40 shots of the standard rifle, using the submachine gun is a great way to clear a path.

 

Rifle:"This is my rifle. There are many others like it, but this one is mine. My rifle is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me, my rifle is useless. Without my rifle, I am useless. I must fire my rifle true. I must shoot straighter than my enemy, who is trying to kill me. I must shoot him before he shoots me. I will. Before God I swear this creed: my rifle and myself are defenders of my country, we are the masters of our enemy, we are the saviors of my life. So be it, until there is no enemy, but peace. Amen."

 

Your rifle is your default weapon and is one of the best weapons in the game if used right. This is the 1st you will need to upgrade. The unlimited ammo and charge shot makes this an amazing weapon. The ammo will never hinder you as 40 shots is great, be sure to reload often when you think it's safe. The charge shot is the best part of this weapon. Holding down the fire button will charge your shot and your laser will brighten up when you do. You are now charging the headshot machine. Letting go of the fire button shoots a bullet that will blow through entire lines of zombie heads, you can take out large groups of enemies with just a few shots once you get good at it. The charged shot goes through more than one enemy and it kills them all in one hit! The only enemies that are immune to this rule are the Fat zombies, Military(they wear green) zombies and special zombies. The charge shot can kill a Bombie, Jumper and Mouths in 3 shots(that's 3 shots per zombie)! You will need to also learn something called quickshooting, this is learning exactly when the weapon is fully charged instead of just Holding the fire button, making sure it's charged and then firing. Using this technique can really help kill hordes of zombies faster, especially the ones that have helmets on as they take two charged shots to kill.

 

Weapons and Items: There are many weapons in this game for you to kill zombies with. The 1st weapons you need to invest your money in is the submachine gun and shotgun. Upgrade the submachine only slightly, increase its ammo and fire rate to 6+ stars, increase its power to 5, even at full level the gun is pretty weak. The shotgun you will need to fully upgrade; it rips through enemies and special zombies easily. Be sure not to waste all its ammo when you get trigger happy, you will really need its stopping power. Your most valuable items are your flares and grenades as I stated above. These distract zombies making for a quick getaway. I never used the mines and dynamite so I don't find them important(that doesn't mean they aren't useful, mines help a ton and dynamite is extremely powerful). Molotovs are only useful for the first couple chapters, after a certain point they wise up and stop running into the fire, usually just waiting or going around. Next is the Launcher, this great weapon shoots a rocket that can kill a cutter in two shots and destroy massive hordes of zombies. Next is the shocker; this weapons shoots a stream of electricity that one hits most enemies. With one pass of this weapon you can kill about 75% of a large horde. The blade cannon you will have to fully upgrade as soon as you buy it, the small blade is useless in large groups, DO NOT use it on bosses, it doesn't do that much damage to them. And last but not least, the flamethrower. I bought it on mission 10 and found it really useful only there really, setting the enemies on fire makes them walk around aimlessly without attacking you until the fire goes away. It's very very useful in mission 10.

 

Know Thy Enemy: Learn the patterns the special zombies and regular zombies have. Knowing how they operate is crucial to surviving when you fight them. A Mouth is an enemy that screams and sends hundreds of weak zombies after you and will continue to yell until killed. A Bombie is the fat exploding zombie that does nothing but growl, run toward you and explode. These guys are of little harm to you, but you should still shoot them when there's more then one. A Jumper is a big jumping zombie that jumps and walks around pounding on the ground. They are easy to avoid when it's only one; be careful when there is two or three though, be sure to rush away from the shockwaves. A Cutter is a big fearsome zombie that kills in one hit. They die in around 8 fully charged shots from the rifle and 2 from the launcher. You have to kill these guys as quickly as possible; they run after you and are always supported by hundreds of zombies. They will stop at nothing to slice you to bits, even if it means cutting through a horde of zombies to get to you. A Creeper is an enemy that hides along walls waiting for the player to get near. They like to jump out of sewers and water too. They run very fast and attack quickly. In morbid you will usually fight two or three at a time, they die in 1-2 charged shots.

 

Last Part of Graveyard: This part gets pretty scary, especially on co-op. A good strategy is to have the launcher out when you start, quickly run over to the little buildings where the mouths are hold up. Blow open the walls and throw a mine in there, it'll begin detonating repeatedly and should kill the Mouth. Basically use every weapon you have; flares, rockets, blades etc. etc.

 

The Last Level: Flamethrower is a life saver here. There will be large LARGE armys of military zombies, setting them on fire will stop them from attacking you and they'll slowly wander aimlessly. Use flares then cut down the groups with the blade cannon. Use the bombies to your advantage, there's never gonna be only a single one in this level.

 

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Complete Campaign Mode In Co-Op Mode

 

You will need to partner up online or in the trophy boosting thread for this, this can also be done offline and any difficulty level.

 

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Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 1 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "The beginning".

 

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Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 2 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Downtown".

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Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 3 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Sorrow Park".

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg On top of the world (B)

Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 4 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Grieving Towers".

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Out of the city (B)

Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 5 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Edge of City".

 

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Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 6 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Marrow Hospital".

 

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Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 7 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Graveyard".

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Train to nowhere (B)

Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 8 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Trainyard".

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Sleeping with the fishes (B)

Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 9 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Harbor Docks".

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Took the highway (B)

Story-related trophy, cannot be missed.

Complete Mission 10 (Any Difficulty Level)

 

You will get this trophy at the end of "Highway to Hell".

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Teamwork (B)

Complete A Mission In Co-Op Mode (Any Difficulty Level)

 

Get a buddy and beat a mission together in either Local Co-Op or online.

 

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Complete a mission on 'Undead'

 

After beating morbid difficulty, go start a new playthrough on Undead and beat the first level. That's all you need for the trophy. Be patient and take your time. This is the hardest difficulty.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Survivor (B)

Complete A Mission Without Dying

 

Hop on braindead and beat the 1st level. I recommend doing this after beating the game as you will be more familiar with the game and know the areas better.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/03.jpg Skilled (S)

Complete A Mission Without Receiving any damage

 

Hop on braindead and slowly go through the 1st level. You cannot get hurt at all. I recommend doing this after beating the game as you will be more familiar with the game and know the areas better and also with a friend so the zombies have something else to attack. Be sure to throw out flares and grenades often to distract zombies.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Zombie Killer (B)

Kill 1,000 Zombies

 

Do I really have to explain this one? You'll get it around level 2 or 3.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/03.jpg Zombie Hunter (S)

Kill 10,000 Zombies

 

You will get this after your first playthrough. You should be averaging around 1,000 kills a level. You will gain a massive amount of kills in level 10. I had around 13,000 in my first playthrough.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/05.jpg Genocidiary (G)

Kill 53,596 Zombies

 

You'll be doing three playthroughs of the game, four if you started out on Normal. You will be close to this amount by then. Just replay the last level and learn it inside and out. Once you know it, you can get over 2100 kills in around 17 minutes on braindead.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/03.jpg Aim for the head (S)

Perform 500 Headshots

 

This trophy is cumulative*. Most zombies that are weak or low on health will be headshotted when shot normally. You can also charge up your rifle and headshot zombies easily. This won't be a problem at all.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Up close and personal (B)

Perform 500 melee

 

This trophy is cumulative*. There will be many times where you are swarmed by a lot of weak zombies and you'll be hitting them off of you. They die in one hit no matter what so you don't have to worry much about this. There are some areas where the zombies are fenced off and they can attack you, but you can attack them with your melee; do this for some easy kills.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Blown to bits (B)

Blow Up 1,000 Zombies

 

This trophy is cumulative*. Just about every other thing you do involves the zombies exploding, you'll get this naturally.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Pyromaniac (B)

Burn 1,000 Zombies

 

This trophy is cumulative*. This trophy might as well say 'Ignite.' All you have to do is light 1,000 zombies on fire. I rarely ever used my molotov and bought the flamethrower on the last level. Use that level to get this trophy. I killed about 2,000 enemies in level 10. There will be many groups of them so just light them up.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Car Killer (B)

Blow up 500 Cars

 

If you're using my loot method, you should be blowing up every car after looting it. There are also many cars that are out of reach but can still be shot behind fences and barriers. You'll be doing a lot of playthroughs so you should get this trophy by then.

 

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Fully Upgrade A Single Stat Of Any Weapon In Campaign Mode

 

You'll get this in the first level with enough money, just upgrade any part of any weapon up to 5 or 10 stars.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/03.jpg Weapons Specialist (S)

Fully Upgrade All Stats Of Any Weapon In Campaign Mode

 

Upgrade all the stats on the weapon up to 5 or 10 stars, you should get this in the second level with your rifle.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Suit Up (B)

Collect An Armor Piece

 

Laying around all the levels are big yellow crates that give armor and loot when opened. The first thing you'll find when you start the game is an armor crate. Loot guide here

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/05.jpg Top Gear (G)

Collect All Armor Pieces

 

Collect every big yellow crate in all 10 levels. Loot guide here

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/02.jpg Contributor (B)

Help Your Country To Clear The Virus Infection

 

Beat the first level and make sure you're signed in. Your stats should upload and the trophy will pop.

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/03.jpg Looter (S)

Collect All The Loot In Any Mission

 

Comb the entire level, look for little metal boxes that glow blue and yellow/red, look for big yellow crates and look for cars. Be careful not to blow up any of the cars before you collect what's inside them as you will have to die and start the checkpoint over. Do this in the 1st level as that's the easiest one. You can also play on braindead if you wish. Loot guide here

 

http://www.ps3trophies.org/images/trophies/592/05.jpg King of Looter (G)

Collect All The Loot In Every Mission

Every metal crate and armor crate must be found, along with every possible car trunk popped. Loot guide here

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Loot Guide

 

Credit goes to Qbanj69 for the number of crates, armour and cars per checkpoint.

 

Notes: If your percentage is around 98 or 95, you're missing either a car or a crate. When two crates are near each other, be sure to get both, you might have forgotten the other. Play through the level first and learn the layout, you don't want to accidently blow up a car and have to start over at the checkpoint.

 

Level 1 - The Beginning

 

Armor: On the 2nd roof, as soon as you start off the level

Loot: After going down the roof, before the first checkpoint, there's a crate behind the semi-truck, where the game asks you to shoot the car with the alarm.

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 7

Crates - 3

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Before the 2nd checkpoint, there is one on the left and right sides of the entrance to it.

 

2nd Checkpoint-*There is one inside the checkpoint*

Cars - 8

Crates - 4

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Right after the 2nd checkpoint, check the right of the dumpster. Continue along that wall for another crate, it's in front of burning rubble.

Armor: After opening the gate and before the 3rd checkpoint, head down through the street the opposite way of the 3rd checkpoint, you'll go into a small area with a couple of cars. The crate is on the left.

Loot: Same area, opposite side of the Armor crate.

 

3rd checkpoint

Cars - 12

Crates - 2

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Right after the 3rd checkpoint, after blowing up the red tanks in the narrow alleyway killing all the zombies, head up but stop after the weak zombies bust through the door to attack you. You should go up a ramp to continue, the loot is on that ramp.

Armor: After the narrow alleyway with the hordes of weaker zombies(the game tips you to use your smg), head right. It should be surrounded by dumpsters.

Loot: In the area where the gate closes behind you and you have to kill all the zombies before continuing, check the top right corner of the area.

 

Level 2 - Downtown

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 14

Crates - 4

Armor - 0

 

Loot: After opening the gate, go left then up past the bus into the corner, there should be two here.

Loot: Continue up then right past the cars, there should be one in the corner, there'll be a zombie standing next to it. This is before your encounter with the bombie.

Loot: RIGHT before the second checkpoint, check around where the bombie was eating, there will be a crate opposite of the dumpster.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 8

Crates - 2

Armor - 0

 

Loot: In the area where you have to hit the switch and survive, there's a small little area between a car and a vending machine on the left wall. Inside this small area is a blue crate.

Loot: RIGHT after crossing the bridge, turn right. There is a little bit of fire between a car, Rush through it to get the crate.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 3

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Right after entering, go left. It's hidden inside a barrier and between a tank and building. Look for the glow.

Loot: Before the 4th checkpoint, go to the left of the area where you fight the biker gang of zombies, there will be an opening in the fence.

 

4th checkpoint

Cars - 11

Crates - 5

Armor - 2

 

Loot: Go right past the cars, look for a ramp that leads to a roof. You'll see a sign on the wall pointing up if you can't find the ramp.

Armor: Same place as the loot above.

Loot: After your encounter with the bombie, there will be a area to the left filled with zombies and two cars. The loot is toward the bottom.

Armor: Same place as above.

 

5th Checkpoint

Cars - 18

Crates - 4

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Hug the right wall, go past the cars, you'll hit a crate. Be careful of the zombies that bus through the glass next to it.

Loot: Continue up that same wall to hit another crate, in the corner.

Loot: Continue the level and you'll see a cop car crashed into a bus, behind this is a fenced area.

Armor: Same place as the loot above.

 

Level 3 - Sorrow Park

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 8

Crates - 5

Armor - 2

 

Armor: Stay on the left side of the level, you should see a fence with a zombie near it, the armour is there.

Loot: Right after entering the park, go right until you see a store, the blue crate is there.

Loot: Two crates are in the area with the fountain in the middle, you'll meet a mouth there. They are along the gate. The area is on the right side of the park.

Loot: Right next to the 2nd checkpoint is a little shack, left side. Look for a red or yellow glow, it's hidden.

Loot: Go around the 2nd checkpoint to the right.

Armor: Same place as the loot above.

 

2nd checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 1

Armor - 1

 

Armor: Top right corner of the area, before entering the gated area.

Loot: Gated area; check the right corner, surrounded by large barriers.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 1

Armor - 0

 

Loot: In the area where the hundreds of weak zombies run out of.

 

4th Checkpoint

Cars - 1

Crates - 2

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Take a right on the street, in the right corner.

Loot: Right after entering the gated area, take a right. You should see a blue crate hidden behind a stand.

 

5th Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 1

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Take a left immediately after entering.

 

6th Checkpoint

Cars - 3

Nothing.

 

Level 4 - Grieving Towers

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 6

Crates - 7

Armor - 2

 

Armor: After killing the jumper, check behind the bus he was on in front of you. Watch out for the ambush after getting the armour.

Loot: After going up the ramp, continue going left and go around the fence. You'll find a crate in the corner next to burning rubble.

Loot: Go all the way down the wall from the last loot you just got, it'll be in the corner.

Loot: Go straight up from the area you're in, you'll find a slight opening between a barrier and semi truck. Go there, left side of the tank.

Armor: Between the semi truck and its cargo is a small opening; go there(watch the walls for zombies hiding) and go all the way down for the crate.

Loot: Opposite of the 2nd checkpoint is a tipped over bus, go over to the left to find an opening and go all the way down the street for 3 crates. Watch out for zombies from the sides.

Loot: Directly opposite of the checkpoint as well is a semi truck, in between the truck and cargo should be a crate.

 

2nd checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 7

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Go up, to your right you should see a semi truck, go around it and down the street. You should come across a fenced area with hundreds of military zombies, ignore them if you wish, continue forward for your crate.

Loot: Now to the left of that semi truck is ANOTHER semi truck. Behind it should be two crates.

Loot: Opposite of the 3rd checkpoint should be some large walls, there is a opening in the wall blocked by fire. Rush through and around to get into the new street. To the right should be a openable gate with two crates and at the end of the street should be two more.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 3

Armor - 0

 

Loot: After the fights in the gated area, go straight and right, you should find a big grassy open area. There is loot in the two bottom corners.

 

4th Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 3

Armor - 1

 

Loot: After going up the stairs and over a ramp, go straight. You should find some stairs covered in fire, rush through, left side of the area.

Loot: Cross the bridge and stick to the railing. You should find some stairs leading down, go through the path for a crate at the end.

Armor: After going up the ramp, take a left, you should see a crate around some air vents.

Loot: Near the armour, all the way to the left of the area near some vents.

 

Level 5 - Edge of City

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 7

Crates - 1

Armor - 1

 

Loot: After dealing with the cutter and zombies, go into the train station. In the bottom right corner hidden between some trains is a crate.

Armor: Head up from this location into a corner to find an armour crate.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 15

Crates - 3

Armor - 0

 

Loot: After getting out of the checkpoint, go right, a crate is surronded by a couple of zombies.

Loot: To the left of this location, is an opening between the big yellow bus and blown up car. It's at the bottom of the pathway, watch out for zombies.

Loot: Right before the 3rd checkpoint, in the little area where all the cars are, there's a crate to the left.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 7

Crates - 1

Armor - 2

 

Armor: After the big fight with the mouth and zombies, go right.

Loot: Stay left of chinatown, do not leave it. The crate glows blue.

Armor: Top right corner after leaving chinatown, behind some trains.

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Level 6 - Marrow Hospital

 

Armor: Before leaving the checkpoint, turn around. Go down the area and you'll see an armor crate near a giant container. Watch out for zombies.

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 6

Crates - 1

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Once your in the parking lot, take a right and go all the way up to the top right corner, you should see a crate hidden by a small tower.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 8

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Go Left where you see the big green containers.

Loot: After arriving into the help camp, go all the way left. It's hidden by a shack.

Loot: After leaving the help camp, continue going straight all the way. You should see another help shack. To the right of it is a crate.

Loot: Go left from the last loot crate. You should see a ramp coming up. Do not go on it, instead head down to find a crate hidden by a dumpster.

Loot: After going over the ramp, the area will go dark, there are 4 here. One is in the middle, one to the left by the vending machine, one to the right by the barrier and the last one is in a small area to the right of the second checkpoint.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 10

Crates - 3

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Head straight then left, you'll see two crates.

Loot: In the gated area, go all the way to the top left corner of the place, you should find a narrow pathway with a crate at the end.

 

4th Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 5

Armor - 2

 

Loot: Leave the checkpoint and go left then around. You should be going down a long narrow pathway with a crate at the end. Watch out for zombies on the way back.

Loot: Continue on with the level until you see a ramp. Turn around to find a breakable gate, go down for 3 crates of loot. WARNING, you will be ambushed by a cutter here.

Armor: Same place as the loot above.

Loot: After going over the ramp and killing all the zombies, go right, you should find a blue crate hidden in the bottom corner.

Armor: STOP when you get to the level complete section. To your right should be a downed helicopter and a large patch of fire, rush through this fire to find armour.

 

Level 7 - Graveyard

 

Armor: Turn around from the checkpoint and go down, then right.

Loot: Go all the way down from the checkpoint, it's in the back of a truck. Watch for bombies on the right.

 

1st checkpoint

Cars - 7

Crates - 4

Armor - 1

Loot: Go to the right of the breakable gate that leads to the cemetery.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 4

Armor - 1

 

Armor: Go left and hug the wall until you get to a small grave that has a breakable wall, destroy the wall and claim your armor.

Loot: From the checkpoint, go right. You should find a small shrine with a crate in it.

Loot: When you get to the ramp that leads to the 3rd checkpoint, above you should be a grave stone with a crate next to it.

Loot: From ramp the leads to the 3rd checkpoint, go down into a different area, you'll find two crates at the end of a small pathway.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 6

Armor - 1

 

Loot: You should come across two crates under a shrine before you go over the ramp into the next area.

Loot: After destroying the wall, take a right then go down. You should fine a small area of graves with a Mouth waiting for you, the crate is next to him.

Armor: Near the last loot place, take a right after leaving and should find a church with a armour crate in front of it.

Loot: Opposite of the armour mentioned above.

Loot: Continue on the straight but keep an eye on the left side, you should see an open fence with a blue loot crate waiting for you, its by a bunch of angel statues.

 

4th Checkpoint

None.

 

Level 8 - The Trainyard

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 5

Crates - 1

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Leave the checkpoint, go straight, left, then another left. You should find a small area hidden between a semi truck with a crate at the end. It's inbetween the three cars and semi truck.

Armour: From the 2nd checkpoint, go left and around the semi truck(is that all people drive in this game?). You should find it in the corner, watch out for an ambush.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 2

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Right after leaving, take a right, it's down the path.

Armor: After hitting the switch, the machine will tip the train on the left. Go into the newly opened area, the armour is at the bottom.

Loot: Continue on the path, eventually a path will branch off on the left leading to a blue crate.

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 5

Crates - 5

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Left area.

Loot: Go straight and stick to the right, you should find a crate beside a semi truck, again,

Loot: Opposite of the loot above should be a big hole in the ground, you can walk on the side of the road to get across the road. There will be two loot crates on the side of the truck.

Armor: When you open the gate and before you enter the 4th checkpoint, to the left should be an open area, go down for the crate.

Loot: From where you open the gate, go right.

 

4th Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 2

Armor - 0

 

Loot: Right when you exit, go left, should be in the corner. Watch out for zombies.

Loot: Go the end of the trainyard, then go left around the train. The crate should be all the way down the path.

 

Level 9 - Harbor Docks

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 9

Crates - 4

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Right next to you when you leave the checkpoint, it's lyng against the gate.

Loot: Hug the right side of the area, you should come across an open fence that leads into a small pier, the crate is at the end.

Note: Toward the gate you have to break open, go there and kill all the zombies but DO NOT go over the ramp. Instead, go back and take the left path, over the ramp to where the cars are. This is an extra area with loot and cars you need.

Loot: In this area, go to the top right corner, it's by the water. Two crates.

Armor: Go over the ramp and head down, then left then up. You should go past gaint containers with a armor crate next to a semi truck at the end.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 9

Crates - 4

Armor - 4

 

Armor: Take a left at the conveyor belt and onto the container in the water. Get on the sunken ship and go to the end of it. Watch out for zombies on the way back.

Armor: On the conveyor belt, after the little fire trap, there should be a path to the left open, it's next to the container where all the zombies charge out on the belt.

Loot: After gettting off the belt, go up a bit then left, a crate should be in the corner.

Armor: Same place as the loot above

Armor: Go right, when your about to get on the walkway to the next area, to your left should be 3 explosive barrels. Blow them up and go past them.

Loot: Same place as the armour above.

Loot: As you continue down the walkway, hit the switch to lower the bridge. To your left should be some explosive barrels, blow them up to reveal a crate.

 

3rd checkpoint

Cars - 4

Crates - 2

Armor - 0

Loot: After getting off the ramp, head straight down, it'll be on a bench.

Loot: Go all the way to the right from the above location, should be by a truck.

 

4th Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 2

Armor - 1

 

Armor: Go right, there should be a crate between the two cargo trucks.

Loot: From the checkpoint, go up, left then down. Two crates by some pipes.

 

Level 10 - Highway to hell

 

1st Checkpoint

Cars - 3

Crates - 0

Armor - 2

 

Armor: After going over the ramp, go down into the corner.

Armor: Ignore the sign that lets you cross over onto to the next road and continue going straight.

 

2nd Checkpoint

Cars - 3

Crates - 0

Armor - 1

 

Armor: Go right then down after leaving the checkpoint

 

3rd Checkpoint

Cars - 1

Crates - 1

Armor - 2

 

Loot: Left then down

Armor: Go straight up, you should see alot of fire, rush through it.

Armor: After going down the lift, go to the bottom right corner.

 

4th Checkpoint

Cars - 8

Crates - 6

Armor - 1

 

Loot: Go right after exiting the checkpoint, go alongside the wall then down to get past the hole in the ground.

Armor: South of the breakable gates

Loot: In the area BEFORE you go into the next checkpoint, go right, some crates are behind a bus.

Loot: To the right before the checkpoint, the gate will be breakable.

 

5th Checkpoint

Cars - 0

Crates - 13

Armor - 0

 

Loot: To the right, breakable gate.

Loot: In the first gated area, go all the way to the right, blue crate next to the conveyor belt.

Loot: 2nd gated area, all the way to the left, behind some rubble.

Loot: From there go straight up and left, more blue crates.

Loot: Right outside the loot above, outside the gate slightly.

Loot: Right side of the area, on the back of a firetruck

Loot: Top right area of the 2nd gated area, small area filled with loot.

Loot: 3rd gated area, right to the left, there is a breakable fence. Swing up and down the fence line if you can't see it.

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I added the first part which has alot of things to help with besting the games difficultys

 

Hey if lets say I'm on level 5, and I go back to get some trophies or armor from level 1, does that affect my game progress? Will I have to start over if I want game completion trophies? (Beat it on normal, etc)

 

When you beat a mission, you unlock that mission in mission mode. I don't know if it effects collectiables, but it won't start your progress over just so long as it's mission mode and not campaign.

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I added the first part which has alot of things to help with besting the games difficultys

 

 

 

When you beat a mission, you unlock that mission in mission mode. I don't know if it effects collectiables, but it won't start your progress over just so long as it's mission mode and not campaign.

Oh, so mission mode is completely separate? That's cool, what about co-op? Will beating a level in co-op unlock the next one in single player campaign?

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do you have to kill every zombie to get 100% loot on a lvl to? cause i keep getting 97% on lvl one and i check everything befor moving thru a gate.
You must be missing a car or something, be sure not to blow every car up before checking their trunks. Also I'm not sure but I think vending machines count as well, I'll check.

You can pass the campaign in morbid in co-op and still get the trophie of passing it in morbid? Or you need to do it in solo?

 

Someone actually has passed it in morbid? I want to know how difficult it is =(

I'm gonna try and beat it on morbid with a friend so I can check.

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You must be missing a car or something, be sure not to blow every car up before checking their trunks. Also I'm not sure but I think vending machines count as well, I'll check.

 

I'm gonna try and beat it on morbid with a friend so I can check.

 

i ran thru the lvl using nothing but the melee. only cars i get are the ones behind the fences that you cant get to. i got all the vending machines unless theres more then 1 in the first lvl and i missed it, is anyone workin on a video guide for the loot?

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use mission mode to go back and grab stuff you missed without resetting your campaign

 

 

Can I do this for collecting armour? Im on level 4 on grim difficulty and didnt collect a single piece of armour so now Im struggling. I was just planning on restarting the game on normal making sure to get the armour which would carry over to grim to make it easier.

 

Also anyone know how many big yellow armour creates there are on each level?

 

Thanks

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