Zombie Army 4: Dead War
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Content Rating: Mature
Hitler’s hordes are back for more in this spine-chilling shooter from the makers of Sniper Elite 4! Abominable occult enemies, epic weapons and a harrowing new campaign for 1-4 players await in 1940s Europe, as you fight to save humankind from undead Armageddon! The resistance have defeated Zombie Hitler and cast him into Hell – but the dead rise once again with greater hunger than before! Continue the alternate history of Zombie Army Trilogy in huge new levels, and uncover a sinister plan that takes the Survivor Brigade across Italy and beyond! Experience genre-defining ballistics, build the slayer that suits you and harness the power of fire, lightning and divine essence as you upgrade your guns to fight back against the dead. When the horde surrounds you, tear them apart with enhanced melee combat and flesh-rending takedown moves!
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It delivers a consistently fun and frenzied co-op shooter with plenty of ways to play and even more to keep you coming back. I’ve avoided using the name until now, but I’ll just say it; if you like Left 4 Dead, this isn’t trying to be the near spiritual successor as much as other recent games have, but it certainly shares enough DNA to earn many of the same fans. Zombie Army 4: Dead War is usually silly and rarely restrained. Enlist a few friends for this war. It’s well worth fighting.
What you hear is as potent as what you see; the soundtrack throbs with synth, evoking the apocalyptic twangs of The Warriors, and there’s nothing like having the eerie quiet of a new area smothered by a rising, rotting chorus of moans. The mood wafts above it all, overpowering any laughable suggestions of plot or character—neither of which fuels Zombie Army 4.
Rebellion overpromised a fun, grindhouse experience filled with wacky traps (of which there are few), silly weapon mods (which are functionally limited), and over-the-top horror (which is completely absent). With hardly any guns, an antiquated and meager unlock system, and repetitive gameplay, it’s tough to recommend Zombie Army 4: Dead War to all but the most ardent fans.