An integral part of the Call of Duty series since it was first featured in Treyarch's Call of Duty: World at War is the zombie horde mode. \n \nPeople still enjoy playing Call of Duty's Zombies mode today since it was so well-liked when it first came out. Verruckt in Black Ops 3 was one of the less well-liked maps, but it has a Breaking Bad allusion that some players could have missed. \n \nThe third game in the Black Ops section of the franchise and Treyarch Corporation's sixth Call of Duty game were both released in 2015 as Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. \n \nAntagonizers in Breaking Bad were frequently depicted in vivid detail. The character of Gus Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito, who continues to call for a prequel to Breaking Bad, was undoubtedly the most recognizable. \n \nThe plot would probably center on Hector Salamanca, a competitor of his, who might have shown up in the Verruckt Zombies map in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. \n \nFreshSqueezedDoms, a Reddit member, recently shared a picture of something they found in Verruckt. It makes the link to Hector Salamanca's appearance in the program by particularly showing a man chained to a wheelchair and wearing a sun hat. \n \nHector Salamanca, portrayed by Mark Margolis in Breaking Bad, was a mysterious character in the show. The guy and his family, who were both in wheelchairs and mute, had an obvious antagonistic relationship with Gus Fring. \n \nBetter Call Saul went into more detail about this and how it related to Lalo Salamanca's arc in the show. In the fourth season finale of Breaking Bad, Hector and Walter White collaborated to kill Gus, giving him the last laugh. \n \nGiancarlo Esposito's career has significantly advanced since the conclusion of Breaking Bad. He frequently portrays villains in other programs, including Moff Gideon in The Mandalorian, a Star Wars television project.