TAKE DOWN DEMON HITLER IN THE ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY NINTENDO SWITCH LAUNCH TRAILER
Hell, March 30 – It’s time to slay indoors! Zombie Army Trilogy marches onto Nintendo Switch tomorrow, March 31st, and your mission is to take down Hitler and his Nazi undead hordes – from the comfort of your home!
To celebrate the impending portable resurrection, independent UK developer Rebellion has unveiled the game’s spine-chilling launch trailer!
There’s still time to pre-purchase Zombie Army Trilogy on the Nintendo eShop ahead of tomorrow’s launch and receive a special 15% discount!
Rebellion’s cult shooter sees you and your friends face off against Hitler’s Nazi zombie army in intense, blood-curdling combat! Use sniper rifles, shotguns and machine guns to rip through the relentless waves of undead, and then take on the demon dictator himself in an incredible final battle!
Zombie Army Trilogy includes everything released on consoles. Survive three challenging story campaigns and take on the gauntlet of Horde Mode. Play all modes either in singleplayer or in drop-in, drop-out co-op for up to 4 players.
On Nintendo Switch, Zombie Army Trilogy offers brand new features including local wireless co-op, motion controls, Pro Controller and HD Rumble support. Zombie Army Trilogy also supports Nintendo Switch’s new friend invite system.
The Zombie Army series has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide.
Founded in 1992, Rebellion is one of Europe’s biggest independent multimedia studios. Its flagship Sniper Elite series is renowned for its authentic stealth and sniping gameplay with more than 20 million players worldwide. 2000 AD is synonymous with the absolute finest in British comic book art. With the acquisition of a $100m film studio and the world’s largest archive of English language comics, Rebellion continues to grow from strength to strength.
Rebellion now operates across books, comics, TV and film, but at its core it’s still a leading developer and publisher of games. Whether it’s the breathtaking intensity of Sniper Elite 4, the face-hugging terror of Aliens vs. Predator or the grindhouse frenzy of the Zombie Army series, the Oxford-based studio is revered for creating stand-out games designed to thrill.