ZOMBIE ARMY 4: DEAD WAR RISES FEBRUARY 4

Independent UK developer Rebellion is delighted to reveal that Zombie Army 4: Dead War launches worldwide on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on February 4, 2020, and is now available to pre-order. All pre-orders include the Undead Airman Character Pack FREE, featuring new playable character Hector, the British zombie with a very stiff upper lip!

To celebrate today’s announcement, Rebellion has unleashed a gameplay trailer blazing with brand new reveals:

From Venetian canals gurgling with death to a Croatian zoo now home to mortal terror, and pouncing, bloodthirsty Creepers to grotesque, zombified tanks, demonically possessed and able to spawn undead at will! Brace yourself for a Mediterranean nightmare in the post-World War 2 hellscape of Zombie Army 4!

And if that’s not enough, Rebellion has also let loose details on a variety of editions now available to pre-order:

ZOMBIE ARMY 4 COLLECTOR’S EDITION

In addition to the main game, the Zombie Army 4 Collector’s Edition features a limited edition set of stunning physical and digital items, including:

  • The gorgeously horrifying 10” Zombie Shark Figurine
  • Exclusive Collector’s Edition Box
  • 60-page Art Book
  • Steelbook Case
  • Digital Soundtrack Sampler
  • In-game Undead Airman Character Pack.

ZOMBIE ARMY 4 SUPER DELUXE EDITION

In addition to the main game, the Zombie Army 4 Super Deluxe Edition grants access to tons of additional post-launch content. That includes:

  • 3 new campaign levels
  • 4 new character packs
  • 9 new weapon bundles
  • 5 new weapon skin packs
  • 4 new character outfit packs

Look out for more details soon!

ZOMBIE ARMY 4 DELUXE EDITION

Finally, in addition to the main game, the Zombie Army 4 Deluxe Edition outfits survivors with a crate-load of additional extras, including:

  • Undead Airman Character Pack
  • Solid Gold Weapon Pack
  • FG-24 Semi-Auto Rifle Bundle
  • The Undercover Karl Character Outfit Pack
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