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Zombie Army 4: Dead War Reveals Season 3

Author : manie
Publish Date : 2021-05-05 12:18:02
Zombie Army 4: Dead War Reveals Season 3

Zombie Army 4: Dead War has unveiled its announcement trailer for its third season. The trailer showcases the variety of new content coming to the game, displaying new weapons, skins, a new campaign mission, and more.

Rebellion Developments' popular third-person zombie shooter franchise launched just over a year ago. Met with generally positive reviews upon release, the game has gone on to see a robust amount of post-launch support, with each new season adding a substantial amount of content. Zombie Army 4: Dead War received a free next-gen upgrade last month, offering players significantly reduced load time and enhanced visual fidelity.

The roughly 90 second Zombie Army 4: Dead War trailer is filled to the brim with content announcements and zombie slaying action. The first detail revealed about Season 3 is the introduction of the new Nightmare Mode difficulty, for those who didn't think Brutal was, well, brutal enough. Frozen in Fear will be a new free Horde map, appearing to take place in the remnants of a snow-covered military installation. Perhaps the biggest addition is Terminal Error, the new campaign mission touted as the largest one yet. From what the footage reveals, players will be tasked with investigating a giant dome-shaped machine on a massive map.

The remainder of the trailer is a sizzle reel of action shots featuring some of the new Season 3 content. Players will be getting the Undercover Marie character skin and a new gun in the form of the M1934 Pistol, as well as new zombie-themed charms and headgear, with additional content in the pipeline. Zombie Army 4: Dead War seems to have upped the stakes even further, and if the Season 2-ending Dead Zeppelin event was any indication, the new season should be nothing short of incredible.

PS Plus comes with plenty of benefits. While the cloud storage and PlayStation store discounts are nice, it's the monthly free games that really get the attention of PlayStation fans. It's always exciting to see what Sony has lined up for fans when a new month rolls around, and a lot of the time, it has some high quality games in store. April 2021's PS Plus games just got leaked in advance, and Sony was kind enough to confirm the leak's accuracy. While Oddworld: Soulstorm is on the way, April has an interesting focus on zombie games. Days Gone is a part of April's PS Plus offerings, as is Zombie Army 4: Dead War.

Zombie Army 4: Dead War has been on the market for some time, releasing in early 2020 for consoles and only recently making the jump to PC. The game didn't make a huge splash when it first launched, so its arrival on PS Plus is fantastic for visibility. While the game is available, PS Plus subscribers should consider giving Zombie Army 4 a try. There might be plenty of zombie media out there already, but that doesn't mean Zombie Army 4 can't entertain PlayStation users. Besides, as long as its free, players have nothing to lose on seeing what the game is like.

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