The dead never really die as Rebellion gears up for Zombie Army 4: Dead War

If you thought Rebellion was done with zombies after the Zombie Army Trilogy, you were sorely mistaken. Zombie Army 4: Dead War is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One in 2020. Set in 1946, Zombie Army 4 is set one year after Hitler put ‘Plan Z’ into action. Europe is destroyed but the zombies and Hitler are safely in Hell…or so everyone though.

In Zombie Army 4, the hordes are back and so is Hitler. Players will need to fight across brand-new levels, unlock skills and weapons and enjoy the brutal X-Ray kill-cam while playing this new campaign.

New locations in this entry include Italy and a zombified zoo in Croatia.

Zombie Army 4

Available both digitally and at retail, pre-orders will receive the Undead Airman Character Pack free. This pack adds the undead playable character, Hector, the British Zombie to the game. Hector is in addition to the four playable characters Karl, Shola, June and Boris.

As players battle across Europe in Zombie Army 4, they’ll come across ‘Creepers’, zombified tanks, demons and more.

The resistance have defeated Zombie Hitler and cast him into Hell – but the dead rise once again with greater hunger than before.

Continue the alternate history of Zombie Army Trilogy in huge new levels, and uncover a sinister plan that takes the Survivor Brigade across Italy and beyond!

Fight the forces of darkness in corpse-riddled canals, survive a Zombie Zoo, and journey to dark, inexplicable places no person has been before… and lived to tell the tale!

Zombie Army 4 will launch for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on February 4, 2020.

Leo Stevenson
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