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The Cell Blocks in Alcatraz, Mob of The Dead - Call of Duty, Black Ops 2, Zombies

Updated on May 20, 2015

The Cell Blocks make up the largest portion of the map in Alcatraz. The game is started in the Cell Blocks and it is the area you return to when coming back from the Bridge. There are many items and objectives inside the Cell Blocks.

This Article Will Discuss

  • Items in the Cell Blocks
  • Areas accessible from the Cell Blocks
  • Layout of the Cell Blocks
  • What you need to know

Items in The Cell Blocks

Areas Accessible From The Cell Blocks

The Cell Blocks connects most of the map together. The following areas connect directly to the Cell Blocks. Select the link to view that area and see how it connects to the Cell Blocks.


Layout of The Cell Blocks

The Cell Blocks are basically a large square area made up of individual cell blocks. For simplicity I am going to break the Cell Blocks into three areas.

  • The outer area
  • The inner area
  • The Side area

The Outer Area

The outer area is the area on the first floor of the Cell Blocks. This would make a perfect square around the inner area, but is separated n two spots with a wall. The wall has a hole in it so you can see the other side, but can not access it from here.

You can access the Warden's Office, the Cafeteria, and the Citadel Tunnels from the outer area. You can also find the Warden's Key, MP5, and the case for the Acid Gat Kit in this area.

The Inner Area

The inner area is made of small passages surrounded by cell blocks. This narrow passageways are normally used to travel to another area. There are three levels to this area.

The bottom level is blocked and can be passed through.

The middle level contains the wolf head needed for Hell's Retriever and the lava pit needed to Upgrade Hell's Retriever. The bottom two levels do not connect to any other areas of the map.

The top level of this area has Electric Cherry and a building station. This level connects to the Infirmary and the Docks.

The Side Area

The side area is the areas that you originally start the game in. It is made up of two rooms, a cell block and the Library. The rooms are narrow and are normally only used to travel to other areas.

You can find the bottle for the Song and the M14 in this area.

What You Need to Know

  • If you encounter the Brutus while you are in the Cell Blocks you should be careful not to run into a dead end.
  • You can access the Fan Trap and Acid Trap from this area.
  • The majority of Cell Blocks Grief is comprised of this area.


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