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ZOMBIE DRIVER IMMORTAL EDITION Is Now Available on PS4 Offering a Free Upgrade for Owners of PS3 Version

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ZOMBIE DRIVER IMMORTAL EDITION Is Now Available on PS4 Offering a Free Upgrade for Owners of PS3 Version

Without much fanfare, Polish game developer and publisher EXOR Studios has revealed that Zombie Driver Immortal Edition — which was released on Nintendo Switch in July 2019 — is now available on PlayStation 4.

Although the PS4 version of Zombie Driver Immortal Edition is currently priced at $14.99, those who have purchased the game on PS3 are able to play the brand-new remaster of the action-packed game for free.

"I’d like to [...] thank everyone who played Zombie Driver during the previous generation," EXOR Co-Founder Pawel Lekki told the PlayStation Blog. "Thanks to your support, we are continuing to make games as an independent studio and we hope that you'll enjoy Zombie Driver Immortal Edition on PS4 and beyond." Lekki's statement suggests that EXOR is already developing an Xbox One port of the racing game, but they had not announced any details on the title next editions at the time of this writing.

It's worth remembering that the newly released PS4 version of Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition is not the only new production from EXOR Studios hitting stores this year, as the Szczecin-based game developer's The Riftbreaker (think Anomaly: Warzone Earth meets Ruiner) will arrive on PC at some point in 2020.

Without further ado, check out the latest release trailer for Zombie Driver Immortal Edition down below:


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