“ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY” Drops Today On XBox One, Playstation 4, and PC – Launch Trailer & Discounts

Never rocked out Zombie Army 1 or 2 on PC? Never fear, for the “ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY” is here, and on consoles too this time around! It contains the first two bloody awesome games, remastered with added “terrifying new enemies, animations, graphical effects…” to satisfy your bloody ways. It wouldn’t be a trilogy now if it didn’t have a third game, the brand new iteration of the franchise, the conclusion with a final act with a “truly apocalyptic conclusion.” If that isn’t enough, it includes a new Horde mode, with 5 launch maps. The “ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY” frenzies today on XBox One, Playstation 4, and PC.

Retail boxed editions are available everywhere outside of North America, with a physical launch planned “in the near future.” Currently here, it’s only available on XBox Live and the PSN.

More on this story as it develops. Stay tuned to the disturbed.


Read on for details on device specific discounts, screenshots, and the official launch trailer…


From The Release:

Priced on consoles at £39.99 / $49.99 / 49,99 €, Zombie Army Trilogy is now available at a special launch discount of 20% for both Xbox Live Gold subscribers (offer ends March 12th) and PlayStation Plus members (ends March 10th in North America, March 12th in other regions).

PC players don’t lose out on the savings either, being able to get four copies for the price of three with an exclusive Steam 4-pack, or up to 60% off if they own any of the first two Nazi Zombie Army games via Steam (offer ends April 3rd, normal price £29.99 / $44.99 / 41,99 €)



















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