Zombie Army Trilogy rolled out the bandwagon, allowing some of the strongest co-op and sniper-focused games to arrive from the UK thanks to Rebellion, a studio well-known for their fine-tuned co-op experiences. Now, they’re going another step further with Zombie Army 4: Dead War, heralding in their conclusion to this generation of consoles.
Set to release on February 4th, 2020, for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, ZOMBIE ARMY 4: DEAD WAR is preparing to take fans even further into this alternative-history series will be taking fans even further into World War 2.
During the PC Gamer Showcase, independent publisher and developer Rebellion took to the stage to show off a major unannounced title for E3 2019. Now, we know exactly what it is and we will once more be facing down Hitler’s undead army in Zombie Army 4: Dead War in 2020. Here’s the low down along with a brand new trailer.
Sniper Elite V2 Remaster is a remastering of the 2012 classic, aiming for better graphics, performance, and even a ton of reasons to play through all previously released DLC, however, does it pull it off or is this a hard pass for a remaster of a 7-year-old classic? Find out starting now.
Rebellion is preparing to take us back through the 2012 classic that set the par for realistic bullet physics, combat, and intense situations should feel like in a game. Now, they’re bringing the remastered experience to all current-gen platforms, including Nintendo Switch. Here’s a first look at the remaster.
Strange Brigade: – Thrice Damned 1: Isle of the Dead is finally here and with it we get new puzzles, new secrets to find and now it’s time to review. Does Rebellion deliver or does Isle of the Dead manage to fall short? Let’s find out.