Rebellion has shown strong support for the Switch with games like Sniper Elite 4 and Zombie Army Trilogy, and it seems we could be potentially getting even more games from the UK-based developer in 2022.
According to a newly-discovered PEGI rating, Zombie Army 4: Dead War is en route to Nintendo's hybrid platform. Here's a look:
Zombie Army Trilogy made its debut on the Switch in March 2020, so it wouldn't necessarily be a surprise to see the fourth game show up as well.
This entry is another team-based third-person shooter set during the Second World War, and once again sees players facing off against an army of undead soldiers. It comes with a new campaign and "bigger and badder" Horde mode.
If we hear anything else, we'll be sure to share it with you. Have you been anticipating the release of the fourth game on Switch? Comment down below.
Left field game but more 3rd parties are always welcome I guess
This would be great if true
Tha trilogy was great
Rebellion can do no wrong as far as I'm concerned.
And judging by their excellent Switch port of Sniper Elite 4, complete with gyro aiming and HD rumble for your heart beat when holding your breath during a snipe, I'm willing to bet this one is equally impressive.
All their Switch releases have been money. Sniper Elite v2, Sniper Elite 3, Sniper Elite 4, Zombie Army Trilogy... all quality. All with gyro aiming.
If this came out before The House of the Dead remake then I'll check it out but my zombie shooting crave is still on the HotD remake for now.
Trilogy is a lot of fun. Grab it if you ever find it cheap.
Can't wait to feast my eyes on those sexily vulgar 18-rated in-game purchases. Rawr!
@JaxonH I agree, all their games are fantastic on Switch, I've got them all, only thing that makes me mad are in Sniper Elite 4, the multiplayer customisation options are absolutely pathetic, the pre-set options you cannot change at all, Sniper Elite V2 Remastered let us turn any option on or off to our hearts content, example, the group I play SE2 with, we always play with glint off, bullet drop on, aim assist off, rifle one shots off, SE4 doesn't let us change anything.
Ah. I don’t do the MP, just SP, but the SP has been excellent. Do you play co-op, or is it competitive MP? I’ve never really looked into the online aspect of the games.
I love to see it! As with previous releases, please include local wireless play and gyro aiming. I'll definitely buy 2 copies day 1. Sniper Elite V2, 3, 4, and Zombie Army Trilogy are all great games on Switch!
This game made my base PS4 go NUCLEAR.
I don't even want to think about the downgrades required to make this run on the Switch.
It's a great game though with absolutely ATROCIOUS dlc policies. The Season Pass 1+2+3 are all £30 EACH!!!!
I don't even want to think about that they're going to charge FULL PRICE for this 4 year old game + £30 for each season pass too. So it'll end up being £120 for the full game on Switch. Ridiculous. And it's such a waste cus the games actually really good.
@DTfeartheBEARD because of local wireless I have four copies of trilogy and four copies of strange brigade. I’m disappointed there aren’t more games which feature this function.
So many of these zombie games are designed primarily for multiplayer.
I wish we could have a game with a decent horde mode for single players.
Using game AI never works and single player mode always ends up being way to difficult.
100% coming to Switch for sure. Rebellion ported many games to Switch already.
@sixrings That's dedication! I'll eventually have to get 4 copies of all the games I love that support local wireless play. I agree, But there is a decent amount of games that do support local wireless play for Switch!
Definitely a day one purchase. Let’s hope for a hard copy!
I also wanted to buy strange brigade but with no hard copy it’s a purchase never to be.
@DTfeartheBEARD sadly the best fps games like doom on switch do not support local wireless multiplayer. Neither does wolfenstein. Not even the old school dooms do. Duke Nukem does. Which is why I advocate for call of duty but god knows Nintendo fans hate that company.
@DTfeartheBEARD I will say other than splatoon 2, zombie army trilogy is by far our best local wireless play game. I’d like to try out arms and imposter. I refuse to buy four copies of arms at full price to try it though
@sixrings Borderlands Legendary Collection supports local wireless play. Less popular Contra Rogue Corps and Daemon X Machina also support it. The recently released Dying Light Platinum Edition has local wireless play as well, highly recommended, if you haven't played it already. I could make a list of more games that support local wireless play lol...
@sixrings But yes I agree it's unfortunate that none of the Doom games or Wolfenstein support local wireless play. I don't understand why Crash Team Racing, Power Rangers Battle for the Grid, and World War Z don't support local wireless play...
@DTfeartheBEARD I didn’t know that about contra. My sister in law and brother in law didn’t get into borderlands. I think it was too complicated for them. We just gave up despite buying four copies. I’d like to try diablo. But it doesn’t go on sale past 50% off. I have to love a game to buy four copies. Easily I’d buy four copies of zombie army 4 with no regrets.
@sixrings Diablo 3 is really fun, but yeah the physical version is never on sale. I was hoping Diablo 2 would have a physical release but nope. Darksiders Genesis & Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 are some good games to play via local wireless...
Rebellion have done extremely well to optimise their games on the platform, I own every one they've made for switch. I kind of predicted that this would be their next addition to the roster, due to it running on an engine similar to SE4. I always knew they could do it, but developing for switch must take much more time and effort to accomplish and as a result we are the last in line, hats off to them if they managed to keep the framerate as stable as their last releases. Day one purchase for me.
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