** Please note: a remastered and improved edition of this game is now available in Zombie Army Trilogy.** 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.
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Very Positive (3,119 reviews) - 85% of the 3,119 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Oct 31, 2013

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Includes 33 items: Zombie Army Trilogy, Sniper Elite 3, Sniper Elite, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death, Evil Genius, Aliens versus Predator Classic 2000, Rogue Trooper, Sniper Elite V2, Ground Control II: Operation Exodus, Lords of the Realm III, Lords of the Realm II, Lords of the Realm, Lords of Magic: Special Edition, MoonBase Commander, Woolfe - The Red Hood Diaries, Sniper Elite 3 - Target Hitler: Hunt the Grey Wolf, Sniper Elite 3 - Camouflage Weapons Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - Hunter Weapons Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - Patriot Weapons Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - Sniper Rifles Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - U.S. Camouflage Rifles Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - International Camouflage Rifles Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - Save Churchill Part 1: In Shadows, Sniper Elite 3 - Save Churchill Part 2: Belly of the Beast, Sniper Elite 3 - Save Churchill Part 3: Confrontation, Sniper Elite 3 - Axis Weapons Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - Eastern Front Weapons Pack, Sniper Elite 3 - Allied Reinforcements Outfit Pack, Sniper Elite V2 - The Neudorf Outpost Pack, Sniper Elite V2 - St. Pierre, Sniper Elite V2 - The Landwehr Canal Pack


About This Game

** Please note: a remastered and improved edition of this game is now available in Zombie Army Trilogy.**

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.


  • 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

    • 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
    • Storage: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
    • 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
    • Storage: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
Helpful customer reviews
36 of 40 people (90%) found this review helpful
14 people found this review funny
9.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 3, 2015
This game surprised me. Truly.

How many times have you not heard the concept of "Zombies have been done to hell and back. It's boring now, cliche, and generic 'horror' material. A solid go-to concept that game developpers, movie directors, and halloween costume fanatics go to in an effort to get the desired effect of creepy spooky scary, with minimal need for customization and story writing."

Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2, pretty much takes every preconception of Zombie themed horror games, and puts a bullet in its head with the carved words "Suck my tallywacker" put in the side.

"I don't care that I'm generic. I don't care that I'm cliche. I don't care that I'm 'just another zombie flick', and I most certainly don't care that my storyline is on-par with World War Z! I'm a zombie game, where you snipe zombies, and magic is the cause. Don't like it? Go F yourself!"

That being said, Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 manages to do something few titles have managed to do before. Take something cliche, and make it fun.

Have you played Sniper Elite of ANY kind before? If yes, then you'll find nothing new here. Gameplay has gotten zero changes from the father-title Sniper Elite V2.
For those who havn't:
The gameplay takes place in a linear third person shooter type style, with predetermined 'jump out and get you' moments where entire flocks of zombies appear from around a corner. There are two moments in the game: There is traveling, where you're moving from point A to point B, with a few handfuls of Zombies to shoot here and there, nothing too stressful. The other is siege, where you hunker down in one spot, and put down trip wire explosives, land mines, dynamite etc., while sitting in your perch and trying to kill every zombie before they overwhelm your position. Between those are safe houses, where you can refill everything, and where you'll get a free checkpoint.

Yeah, it does, doesn't it? That's cause it pretty much is L4D, except that it is in 3rd person, and only two kinds of zombies can run.

Slightly outdated, but that's due to its engine being a few years old now, but it is definitely good enough for medium range rigs and up. I can attest to the fact that a computer more than 4 years old will not run this title above 5 FPS unless it was a top end rig in its hayday.

I can best explain this by drawing a paralel to the once popular, now garbage TV show 'Lost'. You all remember how amazingly good that show was, but then the creators just started dragging it out, adding more and more bullcrap to it, until they tried to end it on a good note, and failed MISSERABLY!?!? That's pretty much what the sound is for me in this game. It's the one major draw-back in my book;
The sounds in the start of the game are pretty good. Really spooky scary, demonic whispers from Satan's world where you hear Hitler repeat sentences like "WE ARE ALL LOST!" and women crying for mercy etc. That's all pretty damned cool, and it really did a splendid job at setting the mood....
Until you play through like 4+ levels, and realize that the music soundtracks...Ambient sounds...Hitlers little frantic demonic time looped yelling? Is all the same, unchanged. By the 6th level I was literally able to to IMMEDIATELY mimic Hitlers words cause they were on a time loop that I eventually learned by heart cause I started to count the time between them(It's 7 minutes and 30 seconds by the way).
The music though, is good, if a little uncharacteristic, but it's good music to shoot nazi zombie brains to mush with, so I'm not complaining too much in that regard.

Walk into this game expecting a linear, poorly narrated story that pretty much says 'unholy relic turns dead into zombies and only the relic holder controls them, assuming all parts of the relic are together....Which Hitler didn't quite realize until it was too late.' and you should be fine. I'd say its worth it, and to add a boost to the fun, the game permits many different difficulty varieties...The lowest to get a feel for the genre's controls and getting used to the playthrough etc. all the way up to Sniper Elite difficulty with a multiplier that goes up to as many as 4 times as many zombies as there normally would be(By the way, that means that for every 1 zombie in the normal game setting, there would be 4 extra ones in the highest multiplier)
Naturally, the 1x(Standard) multiplier, plus the regular difficulty settings, are intended for single player playthroughs, whereas the multipliers are for the hardcore games where you cooperate with 3 other players. Yes, there's multiplayer by the way!
I'd say, if you're into Zombie Games, and you have a group of like minded friends who want a shooter where you shoot magical satanic nazi zombies? Then this game is pretty much specifically created to suit your needs. If you're one of those 'ZOMBIE GAMES ARE DUMB, THIS IS DUMB, MAGIC IS DUMB, SATAN IS DUMB, I WANT Call of Duty BACK' people, then I suggest trying Hello Kitty Online instead...Yeah, I went there, deal with it.
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17 of 20 people (85%) found this review helpful
19.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 10
What would happen if, in an alternate timeline, the Nazis had a secret backup plan once they realized they were losing WWII: turn all the dead soldiers into zombies? Well, you'd get the basic plot of numerous video games and movies, I'd reckon. The Nazi Zombie Army subseries (which branched off from the Sniper Elite series of games) of games takes this basic plot idea and then gives you pretty much what you'd expect: an action-packed third-person shooter where you either work alone or with some friends to stop the Nazi zombie menace with the best tool at your disposal: a sniper rifle.

The Breakdown
So, what sets this game apart from other, similar titles? Well, I'd say the "bullet time" mechanic, where the camera briefly follows sniper rifle bullets as they whiz through zombies' faces.....but Sniper Elite V2 already has that. Hmm....well, it has co-op! Though....Nazi Zombie Army 1 had that too.... So, hmm. It's hard to discern what makes this game unique because, quite frankly, it isn't.

This game barely even differentiates itself from the first game in the series, and that's perhaps my biggest problem with it. I enjoyed Nazi Zombie Army 1 to an extent, so I was excited to try out the second one with a few friends. As we kept playing, I began to notice that this game was basically identical to the first game, with only a few minor differences. The "story" (if you can call it that) continues off from where the first game ended: 4 soldiers have just fought some zombies, and now they're trying to piece together some sort of relic thing to stop them.

So, NZA2 (as I'll be referring to it) has you moving through 5 bland-looking levels, shooting anything that moves, You have the option of bringing along some friends (which essentially breezes you through the game, even on the hardest difficulty setting, at a pace of about 2-4 hours per playthrough), or playing alone (which makes the game considerably harder - I beat NZA1 solo and it took 5-6 hours or so, and I'd imagine this game would be similar). Your opponents consist of generic-looking WWII soldier zombies, skeletons, explosive suicide zombies, "fire demons" (more on that), and "elite" zombies with machine guns that are pretty tough to kill. There's also zombies that summon more zombies and even sniper zombies (getting tired of the Z-word yet?).

Well, are there any new additions? No, not really! The only noteworthy difference from this game to the first NZA game is that there's now "fire demons", which are essentially zombies set on fire that then set more zombies on fire to charge at you, similar to the explosive suicide zombies. They don't pose much of a challenge, and nor do most of the other enemies. The only real challenge comes when the game sends multiple elite zombies at you during "sieges", which are moments when the game wants you to hunker down and fight in a small area against numerous zombies. These moments are initially fun, but as the game progresses they serve to simply waste your time and add unnecessary padding to an already dull experience (in my opinion, of course). In fact, I'd say that a lot of the game's problems boil down to it being initially fun, but not particularly exciting thereafter.

It's a shame really, as I somewhat enjoyed NZA1. I'm mainly just disappointed that Rebellion chose the safe route in making a sequel by changing pretty much nothing from the first game and simply continuing what already existed. It's a lazy sequel, and a painfully average one at that, too.

Oh, and it doesn't help when a sequel has the same final boss as the first game.

  • Initially engaging from a gameplay perspective. The first hour or so is pretty fun!
  • The bullet-time camera is always laughably silly and visceral to watch.
  • Graphics are what you'd expect from Rebellion: somewhat beautiful, though nothing incredible
  • Sound design is functional and fits with the enemies.
  • Tightly optimized (from my experience, at least) for great performance. The decent amount of options is quite nice too.
  • 4-player co-op (with a solo option as well)! Always a plus.
  • Collectables (bottles to shoot + gold to find) are well-hidden.
  • Steam achievements, trading cards, and a leaderboards/score system.

  • Lackluster, lazy cut-and-paste gameplay from NZA1. Expect very few new additions (one new enemy at best).
  • Visuals (especially the textures) often look muddy and not particularly polished.
  • Lack of variety in options, gameplay-wise. There's a few sniper rifles, 2 shotguns, some SMGs, a few pistols, and some explosives, yet they all feel the exact same as their counterparts.
  • Feels very "grindy" at times (especially with the plethora of unnecessary "sieges"). Some of the achievements ridiculously go beyond what is sane, too (one of them requires 5000 kills).
  • Music isn't particularly interesting.
  • More bugs and glitches than the first game, at least from my experience. My friends and I experienced multiple crashes and even a few game-breaking bugs (one of which involved the final boss not spawning four times in a row).
  • 5 levels, each at around 25-45 minutes long. This means that playing co-op, you'll probably blaze through the game in about 3-4 hours or so.
  • It's lacking in the horror department, if you're interested in that aspect of the game.

    Sniper Elite is a fun, engaging series of third-person action games. Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a fairly solid spinoff from that series. Yet, it's hard to say that the sequel to it does anything fresh or exciting. If you enjoyed the first game, you'll probably leave feeling at least a little disappointed, though you may still enjoy it. For those who didn't play the first game though, you may end up quite liking Nazi Zombie Army 2.

    Final Verdict: 5.5/10
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
20.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 20
I bought for %70 off and I'm a very satisfied customer. It's a solid game, even scary at times. Wish I had more friends who play coop. If your curious and just want to try out the game, I think you will be pleasantly surprised. After making minor adjustments to the default video settings, this game runs very smooth and feeds my thirst for zombies.
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
2.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 22, 2015
Sniper Elite version of Left 4 Dead 2.

+Competing with your friends and show off your snipe skill
+Many kinds of granade and mines makes it more strategic

-NO BOT! Play with friends or die alone.
-no Friendly fire
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10 of 15 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 28, 2015
Very good zombie survival game 9/10
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