Zombie Army Trilogy, a pack with other games from the series, has been available on the console for a few months now
The success of Nintendo Switch in sales, with close to 100 million consoles sold before the Christmas campaign, is not eluding the different companies in the sector that continue to finance adaptations of some of their productions. The latest to arrive on the hybrid system is Zombie Army 4: Dead War.
The information comes via the European content rating system, better known by its acronym PEGI, which listed the release of this terrifying shooter from the creators of Sniper Elite 4 on 31 December. Now we can only wait for a statement or trailer from Rebellion confirming it, although its announcement may be reserved for a future Nintendo Direct.
It’s landing on the Japanese system could coincide with the second anniversary of its release, when it debuted on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, offering players the chance to save humanity from an undead apocalypse in the midst of World War II. “Face the forces of darkness in corpse-strewn canals, survive the zombie zoo and enter dark, unspeakable environments no one has ever entered…. and lived to tell the tale!” say the authors.
Meanwhile, also available on Nintendo Switch is Zombie Army Trilogy, a pack that includes up to three campaigns where you can take on hundreds of enemies. If you want to know more, feel free to check out the review of Zombie Army 4: Dead War.