Learn More About the Heroes and Villains of ZOMBIE ARMY 4: DEAD WAR in This Fresh Overview Trailer


Category: Third-Person Shooters

Learn More About the Heroes and Villains of ZOMBIE ARMY 4: DEAD WAR in This Fresh Overview Trailer

A brand-new trailer for Zombie Army 4: Dead War has arrived, revealing a ton of new details on the upcoming Rebellion-developed zombie shooter, including never-before-seen types of enemies, special abilities, weapons, levels and locations.

The so-called 101 trailer's getting down to the nitty-gritty of what the game's all about from the get-go, focusing mostly on Dead War's core gameplay mechanics — like the revamped X-ray kill camera — and how unlocking a deadly range of new options to kill even more zombies works. 

Zombie Army 4's premise is quite simple — the undead Führer may be killed, but it hasn't stopped his trained zombie hordes from destroying all life-forms across Europe — which means that you, the player, will need to embrace your inner Negan and just kill'em all (as fast as possible, naturally). 

While Dead War hasn't even launched yet — coming to PS4, XBO and PC next month — Rebellion is already working on a full-blown sequel to Sniper Elite IV, which will be announced at some point this year. 

Without further ado, learn how to stop worrying and love yet another zombie apocalypse down below:

Hitler’s hordes are back for more in this spine-chilling shooter from the makers of Sniper Elite 4! Abominable occult enemies, epic weapons and a harrowing new campaign for 1-4 players await in 1940s Europe, as you fight to save humankind from undead Armageddon!

Zombie Army 4: Dead War is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC (via the EGS) on February 4, 2020.

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