Set in 1946 Zombie Army 4: Dead War was the next game to be revealed at the PC Gaming Show at E3 2019. This title was accidentally leaked last week by Amazon Spain so it’s been one that we’ve been expecting to see more of.

In the trailer we see a number of humans fighting off slow waves of zombies as them shamble on. As well as some traps we also see items like flamethrowers and the Sniper Elite X-ray shots. Much like in other Zombie scenarios it’s a matter of how you can slow down the wave. In this instance, the characters we see are having difficulties. After retreating back we see the camera rise up and you can see the face of the true enemy, Zombie Hitler…

Zombie Army 4: Dead War will feature drop-in and drop-out co-op for 1-4 players throughout the entire campaign. That said, it can also be played solo, fully offline. The title will feature dozens of skills, special attacks, weapon upgrades, cosmetics and more to give a consistent sense of progression to players. Rebellion’s signature X-Ray Kill Cam also makes a return, upgraded for the undead and now includes traps and explosions in its tracking.

The game will take place in Italy and will feature a variety of levels including a zombie zoo, no word on whether that means that you’ll also encounter any zombie animals. The game is coming out in 2020 and there will be more gameplay shown off June 11th. Zombie Army 4: Dead War will be available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Epic Games Store on the PC.

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