Experience a terrifyingly intense co-op campaign for up to four players in this gut-wrenching sequel to Steam best-seller, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army. With World War 2 Europe overrun by legions of the undead, you must find mankind’s salvation deep in the twisted bowels of Berlin by securing the sacred artefacts that unleashed this...
User reviews: Very Positive (2,157 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 31, 2013

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"Exploding zombie heads never gets old. Having 3 friends along for the ride is a must. It's a great mix of slower paced combat and frantic action."
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June 4

Sniper Elite v2 Goes Free!



Sniper Elite V2 is Free on Steam for the next 24 hours (ending 5th June at 10AM PST / 6pm BST)! Download it today for nothing and own it forever, share with your friends and build the ultimate sniping team!

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Sniper Elite pre-orders now on Steam with 20% off and FREE DLC



Pre-purchase Sniper Elite 3 today for 20% off and get the exclusive Target Hitler: Hunt the Grey Wolf DLC mission FREE.

A high level target has arrived in Tobruk for a surprise visit, but your intel paints a conflicted picture. Could it really be the Führer, or one of his rumoured doubles? With time running out you must infiltrate the city, pick your location and decipher the crucial ‘tell’ in time.

With an expansive environment, randomised clues and SEVEN different ways to take down the Grey Wolf, no two playthroughs will be the same!

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About This Game

Experience a terrifyingly intense co-op campaign for up to four players in this gut-wrenching sequel to Steam best-seller, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army.

With World War 2 Europe overrun by legions of the undead, you must find mankind’s salvation deep in the twisted bowels of Berlin by securing the sacred artefacts that unleashed this damnation. Every step must be paid in blood as players work together against impossible odds and descend further into the demon-infested city and the terrifying Führerbunker itself.

Tackle the campaign online in co-op for up to four players, or embark on the twisted missions alone if you’ve got the bottle.

Featuring new enemies, new environments, blood curdling surprises and the return of the infamous X-ray kill cam, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 will satisfy even the most bloodthirsty of zombie hunters.

Key Features


New campaign. New terrors
  • Survive an all new stand-alone campaign for up to four players.
  • Endure increasingly hellish new locations and oppressive environments.
  • Confront blood-chilling new enemies including the Fire Demon, and Summoner.

Nerve-shredding third-person combat
  • Experience the trademark sniping, blood-pumping sieges and co-op team play that made the original Nazi Zombie Army a Steam best-seller.
  • Revel in the return of the infamous X-ray kill cam as your bullets purify the putrid insides of the undead in slow motion.
  • Defy the odds and survive against overwhelming hordes with traps, explosives and powerful new machine-gun turrets.

More thrills. More blood spilled
  • Recoil at grotesque new enemies, effects and tense new cinematics.
  • Savour the all-new Carpenter-esque soundtrack inspired by slasher-horror cinema.

Notes

  • This is a stand alone game. It does not require Sniper Elite V2 or Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army to play!
  • Steam keys will not activate in Germany

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® Vista (Service Pack 2) or Windows® 7 or Windows® 8. Windows® XP is NOT supported.
    • Processor: Dual-core CPU with SSE3 (Intel® Pentium® D 3GHz / AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 4200) or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible graphics card with 256 MB of memory (NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 series / ATI Radeon™ HD 3870) or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
    Recommended:
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® Vista (Service Pack 2) or Windows® 7 or Windows® 8. Windows® XP is NOT supported.
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 / AMD FX series or better
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Microsoft® DirectX® 11.0 compatible graphics card with 1GB of memory (NVIDIA® GeForce® 400 series / ATI Radeon™ HD 7750) or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
Helpful customer reviews
20 of 22 people (91%) found this review helpful
14.8 hrs on record
This game feels more like an expansion than a sequel; however, like its predecessor, it is only a $15 game that goes on sale regularly.

The combat is almost identical to the first. The biggest issue that I've noticed is that it wants to be a co-op "shooter" over a co-op "sniper." There are far less areas for sniping and many more tight corridors and small rooms. There is an addition of stationary turrets in some parts of the game. While we all love a good stationary turret with unlimited ammo to blast zombies with, the machine guns can take from the experience that the first spin Nazi Zombie Army was going for.

A few new enemies were implemented to help mix up the game-play. None of them are ground breaking or innovative, but they do add to the game.

It all comes down to how much you enjoyed the first game. SE:NZ2 is a fun, but it is not an epic title. I personally found the achievements fun to hunt with a group of friends.

One other thing to take into consideration before getting this game is the lack of players. The match making, like the first game, is dreadful. If there are any public players on, you'll be lucky to find a team anyways. Be sure to have a group of friends to play with if you are looking for a good co-op experience.

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Posted: May 18
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18 of 22 people (82%) found this review helpful
16.0 hrs on record
This is basicly Sniper Elite V2 with zombies :). The levels were taken from V2 and repolished with a dark atmosphere and cool zombies. If you like zombies and you want to kill them in any mode you want (X-ray kill cam) this is the game for you! It just as fun as the first Nazi Zombie but with a few new types of zombies.
Posted: June 13
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
6.0 hrs on record
Let's be honest here. It's essentially the same game as Sniper Elite V2, especially as far as mechanics go. The sniper rifles look and feel the same, the shoot them same, the still fill you with excitement as you hit a headshot from 900 yards. Nazi Zombie Army 2 is essentially a re-skin of V2. You'll find yourself in some of the very same maps and locations, recognizing much of the same scenery as you did the first time around. However, there's one important difference: Every single one of these maps has been decimated by war and they're filled with shambling zombies!

There's a couple of details about this game that makes me love it, just a hair more that V2. Almost all of that love steams from atmosphere. Nazi Zombie Army 2 is fantastic in that atmosphere department and I'm not even talking about the zombies. I'm a horror fan. A big horror fan at that. I co-host three fairly popular horror podcasts, so I'd like to consider myself well versed. (Check the links in my profile if you're a podcast fan!) The devs took a lot of time and research to make the horror tropes in NZA2's looks and sounds really pop to make this a really stellar horror experience. From the very start of the game, we're struck with an orange color pallet that screams Halloween. The music is an homage to bands like Goblin that have crafted many common themes in the genre to make the game even sound familiar if you're a fan of horror movies. It's just a really great package as far as horror nerdery goes!

Then, we get to the zombies. Even they’re creepy! They’re also a good homage to horror nerdery, pulling more from the Romero Zombie well vs. the Zak Snyder fast zombie well. The shamble, wobble and lurch, which makes getting those sweet sweet headshots all the harder. But those headshots will happen. You’ll get those amazing slow motion long distance shot ending in an x-ray that shows the bullet pass through the skeleton of your zombie of choice. This time around though, you can feel all giddy and excited without feeling bad for it. You’re shooting the undead, not other humans!

The only note to be wary of with Nazi Zombie Army 2 is that it is clearly designed towards a co-op experience. Most missions end in a “survive the waves” shoot-a-thon that while flying solo, can be a bit tiresome and difficult. You can play solo however! Just make sure you’re going to have to work for it a bit harder.
Posted: June 24
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
4.6 hrs on record
Oh my god, this game is soo awesome~! The music in the game is superb it's like the Halloween movie or somethin'.
Bullet-Cam is awesome, cos you can see the bullets go through bones. x3
Graphics are also great!
All in all the whole game is wubtastic! (still haven't played co-op, but it's probably just as great :3)
10/10
Posted: May 9
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.8 hrs on record
Nazis. The Most Overrused Zombie Type Ever
THAT'S WHY THIS GAME IS AWESOME
10/10
Posted: July 27
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338 of 386 people (88%) found this review helpful
4.5 hrs on record
Right. So. Hum. Sniper Elite : Nazi Zombie Army 2. The title alone reads like the gaming equivalent of Sharknado. It probably should be the gaming equivalent of Sharknado, going so far off the hysterically ridiculous scale that it actually warps around to awesome. Let's start with what this game is not - It is not in any way to be taken seriously, it is not to be played with the kind of serious approach that one might use for say, Call of Duty. That's not to say it's easy or anything, quite the opposite, but to get the most out of this game, you need to stop, put your brain in neutral, and only then, run the game.

The opening cutscene, using the ingame engine no less, provides a rather amusing explanation to how Hitler ended up meeting his maker at the hands of the very zombies he released in a sort of last ditch attempt to protect his empire. Yes, I actually had to watch the intro twice, the first time I was too busy laughing to make much sense of it all, but it's nice to know that the developers in this case played him almost as Ren from Ren and Stimpy. I near expected him to scream "YOU STUPID EEEEEDIOT" before pummeling his lieutenant with the mcguffin.

We're talking pure B movie brilliance, it's wrong in every possible way and yet the mixture somehow results in being entertaining, and that extends to the game. These zombies are not the L4D rushing mobs of screaming gnashing teeth, but rather the zombies of old. Slow, shambling, numerous. A slow and ever advancing wave of undead flesh, many of which are still decked in their uniforms and wearing helmets - this element is important, the gun modelling has been lifted from Sniper Elite V2 and as a result, deflections from indirect hits can and will happen. Additionally simply riddling a corpse with bullets isn't a total guarantee that they will stay down, more often than not they'll resurrect a short while after and require re-killing. The only solution, as with any good/terrible zombie trope is to shoot them in the head.

Unlike Sniper Elite V2's unforgiving and often po-faced approach, this one allows you to go nuts with the entire toolbox, not bother with all the stealth malarkey and go right in for the bangbangs. The result is a significantly better game, playing to the strengths of the V2 engine, complete with wonderful moments where you see your bullet go through an X-rayed version of a zombie, causing havoc as it tumbles. Grenades, tripwires, all of the fun things are yours to use and abuse, and the result is -glorious-. Carnage and havoc and a bodycount closer to the somme - and that's just the first level.

The only real criticism is that the enemies don't change much, though the inclusion of kamikaze grenade holders and the odd Stormtrooper wielding a LMG do add some solid spice to proceedings. Set against that however, the game looks fantastic, runs well, and delivers on a wonderful B-movie supernatural experience. If you go in expecting that, you'll get what you paid for, and it will definitely give you your moneys worth. In shambling, stupefying, and groan inducing entertainment.
Posted: November 26, 2013
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