Nazi Zombies Return in Zombie Army 4: Dead War
Recent leaks have indicated the announcement of this title is imminent, most likely at this weekend's E3 event.
It seems like leaks are coming ahead of this weekend's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Amazon Spain, in a now-removed listing, had Zombie Army 4: Dead War briefly up for pre-order. The Zombie Army games are a spinoff of video game developer Rebellion's Sniper Elite series, in which players can play cooperatively to kill zombies and save the world. Below is a translation of the Amazon listing.
If you thought you were safe, you’re totally wrong. We are in 1946. Europe is in ruins, torn by the nefarious “Plan Z.” A brave band of heroes manages to throw the Führer into hell, but they know little. Hitler’s Hordes are back looking for more. Face the darkness in single-player mode or join your friends as we make your way through the undead Nazis in this spooky shooting game from the creators of Sniper Elite 4.
- A creepy new campaign for one to four players.
- Epic weapons, skills, and improvements.
- The largest horde mode ever made.
- The X-ray camera that breaks organs returns.”
Rebellion recently had announced on Twitter that it would be showcasing three titles at E3's PC Gaming Show this year. These games were Evil Genius 2, Sniper Elite VR, and a "major unannounced new title."
We're delighted to confirm that we're going to be bringing THREE titles to @E3 2019;— Rebellion (@Rebellion) May 31, 2019
✅Evil Genius 2
✅Sniper Elite VR
✅A MAJOR UNANNOUNCED NEW TITLE
To book a press appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org pic.twitter.com/7BEMWWt8Tf
With this leak, it seems like all signs point towards this mystery game being Zombie Army 4, which will be the first game in that series released since Zombie Army Trilogy in 2015. We will find out in just a few days if this was the game being teased, although the listing seems to confirm this. Stay tuned for more horror gaming coverage from Dead Entertainment.
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