Zombie Army 4 Review, Reviewed on the PS4 but the game is available on Xbox One and on PC via the Epic Store. So where to begin Zombie Army 4 is from games developers Rebellion and is the sequel to Zombie Army Trilogy.
The game is set in the year 1946, one year earlier Adolf Hitler was “defeated by the Resistance and banished to hell, but the ‘Dead War’ is far from over”. The player joins the Dead War to fight across Europe, handling Hitler’s soldiers wherever that you travel, yet it’s no simple assignment as ZA4 presents a fatal program of zombies tingling to benefit from your heroic flesh.
The player can play as one of four Survivors.
- Karl is an expert sniper who has already killed Hitler at least once and takes his job extremely seriously.
- Shola is a skilled engineer with a gift for decimating the dead.
- Jun is a former diplomat and selfless team player.
- Boris has lived through the darkness and has a real knack for cracking undead skulls.
If you have ever played Sniper Elite, or Strange Brigade (Review Here) then you know what to expect, if not then time to enlighten you.
Zombie Army 4 (ZA4) is a run and gun adventure, using a mix of sniper rifles and machine guns to defeat hordes of Nazi Zombies across Europe. the kill cam from Sniper Elite is back better than ever. The game has introduced new elements of play with trap devices set up in some locations from a killer shark to munch of the foes to old plane propellers, but that said nothing beats the satisfaction of a headshot from a rifle to rid the world of the zombies.
The game is 1 to 4 players, in this type of game I do like to solo play, however with friends this game goes to a different level, working together and reviving downed players as you go to work through the levels and to hunt hidden objectives and loot.
The main gameplay is fun, never a dull moment in this game and ZA4 is an improvement of the last addition, but saying that I did find a little bit of clunky mechanics in the game nothing that would spoil your fun.
I have been playing on PS4 Pro so the level of detail I would expect is there, on PC i have seen no posts or moans on quality which would suggest that this game is running smooth and with a decent frame rate, even the minimum specs are really not that bad, considering the GT 1030 is a fairly old GPU.
- OS: Windows 10 64-bit
- CPU: Intel Core i3-6100 4 Cores 3.7GHz or AMD similar
- RAM: 4 GB System Memory
- GPU RAM: 2 GB Video Memory
- GPU: Nvidia GT 1030 or AMD equivalent
- HDD: 50 GB Available Hard Drive Space
- DX: DirectX 11
Details in the game are a vast improvement from the predecessors and even the small details are great occasionally you notice zombie rats or freaky horror dolls, sitting in the corner of a room.
Basically no complaints on graphics here.
So is this game going to last you a long time?
Well, I have not finished the game yet I am about 8 hours in and enjoying the hell out of it and with most of this type of game expect DLC to be incoming (yes there is a Season Pass), I know I can hear the screams of WHY now, but wait this game is £39.99 that’s cheap in this day and age, Rebellion always mark the main game at a reasonable price. so £29.99 on top is basically the normal cost of a game these days, So I do not have an issue on this.
It also worth pointing out that i am still playing the original Trilogy on PC this is probably the 4 time through as these games are fun as hell and who does not like shooting Nazi Zombies.
Zombie Army 4 Review is a fun-filled game, that is worth every penny to send the hordes of Hitler back to hell.
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