Since Ver­dan­sk is being over­run by zom­bies, why not also turn play­ers into flesh-eat­ing undead as well? Well, that’s hap­pen­ing right now in Call of Duty: Warzone–under spe­cif­ic cir­cum­stances of course.

If you’re in Solos, zomb­i­fi­ca­tion won’t hap­pen. The only way to become a zom­bie is to be on a team in Duos, Trios, or Quads. Play­ers who then land at Ship Wreck or Prison in Ver­dan­sk will have to come into con­tact with green gas that deals con­tin­u­ous damage.

Dying to this amor­phous gas will rede­ploy play­ers as a zom­bie with three abil­i­ties: a Charged Jump, EMP Blast, and Gas Grenade.

It’s unclear what hap­pens if a zom­bie play­er wins a match. How­ev­er, if the whole team dies, so does the zom­bie player.

War­zone play­ers like­ly remem­ber a sim­i­lar inci­dent that hap­pened last year, when The Haunt­ing of Ver­dan­sk added Trick-Or-Trios and Zom­bie Royale game modes to cel­e­brate Halloween.

This play­er zomb­i­fi­ca­tion comes as co-devel­op­er Raven Soft­ware is inch­ing clos­er to nuk­ing Ver­dan­sk on April 21st, the same day Sea­son 2 ends. In oth­er War­zone news, Raven has announced they’ve banned 450,000 play­ers from the free-to-play game.