Zombie Army 4: Dead War

Zombie Army 4 will arrive in February with undead sharks

In fact, the sharks are so prominent that you can even get a figure of one with the Collector's Edition.

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Rebellion has some very good news for fans of the Zombie Army series, as they've revealed that Zombie Army 4: Dead War is launching on PC, PS4, and Xbox One as of February 4 next year, with pre-orders open now for those who want the Undead Airman Character Pack absolutely free, featuring the British zombie character Hector.

A brand new release date trailer shows off plenty of the game, from Venetian canals to a deadly Croatian zoo, and there are undead tanks, Creepers, and more to see. It's also packed full of explosions, and even features a zombified shark, because the rest of the game wasn't wild enough.


We also get details on the various editions as well, with the Collector's Edition featuring a limited edition set of items on top of the game itself, like a zombie shark figurine (of course), an exclusive box, a 60-page art book, a steelbook case, digital soundtrack sampler, and the Undead Airman pack. It's even good enough to have its own trailer:


The Super Deluxe Edition, however, gives you the game and access to all post-launch content, including three campaign levels, four character packs, nine weapon skins, five weapon skin packs, and four outfit packs, with more details promised soon.

Then comes the Deluxe Edition, featuring the base game, the Undead Airman pack, the Solid Gold weapon pack, the FG-24 Semi-Auto Rifle bundle, and the Undercover Karl character outfit pack.

Last but not least we also have some screenshots down below, so you can see even more of the eccentric game. Have you played others in the series?

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REVIEW. Written by Mike Holmes

"The gunplay is great, even away from the scope, and we particularly enjoyed the crazy weapon mods."

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