Nazis and zombies are the most overplayed villains in all of gaming, but something just clicks when you put them together… And it's springtime for snipers in Germany. Developer Rebellion announced on Thursday that it will release a new installment of its grindhouse-inspired Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army series in one big bundle, complete with its debut on new-gen consoles.
Zombie Army Trilogy includes the previously released campaigns of Zombie Army 1 and 2 rounded out with new enemies and visual effects, concluding in a 'truly apocalyptic' third chapter. Each campaign supports up to four-player co-op, as does the endless zombie horde mode, and you can play through as series stalwart Karl Fairburne or one of seven other zombie-massacring freedom fighters.
Don't worry, the Sniper series' trademark X-ray kill-cam remains (even for creatures that are technically already undead) giving you a grotesque look at the damage your bullets inflict on their withered brains and limbs… or in Hitler's case, his increasingly hellfire-ridden single testicle. The guy is like a magnet for occult horrors.
Nazi Zombie Trilogy will release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One some time in 2015.