The cult horror shooter series comes to an apocalyptic conclusion with an epic new third chapter, a heart-pumping new horde mode, and remastered editions of the best-selling Nazi Zombie Army 1 & 2.
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Release Date: Mar 6, 2015

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March 7

Sniper Elite 4 launches this year!

We’re delighted to announce the next game in the 10 million selling Sniper Elite series is launching this year for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Set in the immediate aftermath of its award-winning predecessor, Sniper Elite 4 continues the series’ World War Two heritage by transporting players to the beautiful and diverse environments of Italy in 1943.

Covert agent and elite marksman Karl Fairburne must fight alongside the brave men and women of the Italian Resistance to help free their country from the yoke of Fascism, and defeat a terrifying new threat with the potential to halt the Allied fightback in Europe before it’s even begun.

If his mission fails, there will be no Operation Overlord, no D-Day landings, and no Victory in Europe.

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About This Game


“Co-operative multiplayer done right.” - Eurogamer
“Proven shooter mechanics and a real sense of fun.” - Wired
"A generous wodge of the most enjoyable kind of schlock horror shooting on PC." - PC Games N

The cult horror shooter series comes to an apocalyptic conclusion with an epic new third chapter, a heart-pumping new horde mode, and remastered editions of the best-selling Nazi Zombie Army 1 & 2.

In the dying flames of World War II, Hitler has unleashed one final, unholy gamble – a legion of undead super soldiers that threatens to overwhelm the whole of Europe. Fight alone or team up to save humanity from the zombie menace in this apocalyptic third-person shooter!

Battle through THREE epic campaigns across 15 demon-infested missions. Play solo or fight back to back in online co-op for 2-4 players. Dare you take on one of the most intense and challenging third-person shooters in gaming?

Face gruesome enemies with iconic weaponry and powerful explosives. Dismember the undead to give yourself a fighting chance, and experience every putrid lung burst, every rotten bone shatter with the infamous X-ray Kill Camera.

The ultimate horror package – alone or with teammates
  • Experience THREE nerve-shredding campaigns across FIFTEEN missions of intense third-person action.
  • Take the fight to the undead alone, or team up in 2-4 player online co-op.
  • Face your fears in the brutal new Horde Mode for 1-4 players, across 5 blood-curdling maps.

Gut-wrenching gunplay
  • Defeat harrowing legions of zombies, armoured skeletons, fire demons, chainsaw-wielding elites - and worse - before facing the demonic Führer himself!
  • Shred the undead with genre-best rifle ballistics, powerful firearms and deadly explosive traps.
  • Wince as your bullets shred the insides of the undead in gruesome detail with the return of the series’ acclaimed X-ray Kill Camera.

Customise your carnage
  • Choose from 16 playable characters, including all 8 survivors from Left 4 Dead 1 & 2!
  • Perfect your play style with CUSTOMISABLE loadouts - pick your favourite weapons and explosives.
  • Customise your DIFFICULTY and add enemy multipliers. Surely you would never brave “X4” on Sniper Elite difficulty ... or would you?

Recut. Remastered. Unleashed.
  • Includes the first two Nazi Zombie Army games like you’ve never seen them before.
  • Pick apart zombies with the new DISMEMBERMENT mechanic and bathe in a bloody glow of NEW graphical effects, NEW audio, NEW enemy animations ... and more.
  • Play your favourite missions from ANY campaign in ANY order in ONE unified online community.

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 512 MB of memory (ATI Radeon™ HD 5870) or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 15 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Microsoft® DirectX® 10.0 compatible sound card or better
    • Additional Notes: Windows® XP is NOT supported. Ensure graphics and audio drivers are up to date.
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Bumbis Teeguan
( 18.2 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
wow made me hard, trans lives dont matter
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DarkGam3r - M.I.L.F.
( 23.3 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
As someone who's beaten all three games on Sniper Elite difficulty, I can safely say that the entire package is hella fun from start to finish. I reccomend playing only on Sniper Elite because of the added challenge of calculating for bullet drop and wind resistance for your shots. Makes combos EXTREMELY rewarding.
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Sherbert T Cat
( 25.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
Taking familiar elements like "Nazi Zombies" mode from Call of Duty and Left 4 Dead's four player co-op, then mixing them in with their own Sniper Elite Franchise, Rebellion made what is quite possibly the best zombie game ever. Far from the brain dead disease spawned zombies of other games, the ones in this game are supernatural in origin, and dangerously sapient. You get a nice long single-player(or co-op) campaign that REALLY challenges you. There's a variety of weapons at your disposal, as well as explosives. Giving you the option of setting elaborate traps for more difficult zombies, like the heavy-gunners. In addition to the main game, you get a never ending hoard mode, and for some goofy reasons all eight characters from the Left 4 Dead franchise are here as well. The atmosphere is fantastically sinister and creepy. Everything looks forboding and hopeless. If its not on fire, its splattered in gore.
All in all, Zombie Army Trilogy is an excellent game, that proves once again that Rebellion is one of the very best developers of shooters around.
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Thomas Malibu
( 1.7 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
i never got round to playing this game before and saw it on the steam summer sale so why not, game is brilliant runs on best settings on my alienware alpha no problems at all. its better to play with your mates cause this game can be quite difficult at certain points at least thats what i thought. its a must buy for sniper elite fans and for zombie fans :) buy it you wont regret it
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( 6.4 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
i recomend this game
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( 3.0 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
It can be fun for awhile, but I really wouldn't recommend it. In my opinion the Sniper Elite style of gameplay doesnt mix well with zombie hordes, and I really found myself bored when playing.
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( 7.5 hrs on record )
Posted: June 26
Loved it.
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( 1.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Would be great if it has an active community
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( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
Terrible game... Super laggy at registering shots. Avoid.
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( 3.8 hrs on record )
Posted: June 25
if you have 4 friends to play this with i highly recomned
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27 of 30 people (90%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
118.9 hrs on record
Posted: June 8
Product received for free
There are 15 episodes in the story mode and 5 stages in the hoard mode. You can play them all with other players using internet. Shooting system is very good, graphic is also good. I want to say the contents of this game is totally great but the original price of it is too expensive for me. I'd recommend you'll get it on sale, otherwise you'll think it isn't enough for you. Enjoy your gaming life.
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11 of 13 people (85%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
10.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 19
I recomended you play with you friend or you can feel boring play alone...
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.3 hrs on record
Posted: June 11
Zombie Army Trilogy is a combination of Left 4 Dead and Sniper Elite.

Your goal is simply to kill your way through hordes of zombies to get to the next waypoint, but it's really a lot of fun with up to 4 players co-op. You really have to aim your shots well against the zombies because they will only effectively die if you hit them in the head.

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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
71.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 24
It's worth it for the sale price.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
79.7 hrs on record
Posted: June 20
You get to raid Dracula's castle and fight giga Hitler after beating the crap out of zombies in Berlin TWICE. Episode 3 is by far the best of the three. Rebellion knew what they were doing. Playing with people online is a real treat. Plus, you can play as any survivor from the left 4 dead series for free. Sure, it doesn't have the same voice actors but hey, other games would charge you as DLC to play as them. A great game to get. Bought it on sale for 30 bucks. Definitely has my vote.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
15.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 18
Left 4 Dead and Sniper Elite got married and Zombie Army Trilogy was born! A nice combination of the two styles of the game, not as intense as L4D and not as sneaky as Sniper Elite, fight your way through hordes of zombies (and other monsters) to the next waypoint or supply room, best done in co-op mode (100 times better than solo). Would recommend for an evening of light amusement with friends!
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
122.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 5
I like this game, and I play it a lot. Would I recommend to play it? Yes. But not for the price it's currently store, and not considering what it's advertised to be. Therefore, I don't recommend it as such, hence my verdict here. Many of the points on the negative side of the game as I experience them, have been addressed by me when the developers asked for feedback more than a year ago, but haven't led to any improvements. I do however give them credit for implementing an option to host a public game to the main menu, which is an option others and I requested during the survey.

What's good
Besides the fact that the game is about shooting Nazi zombies (both some neat multipliers for game kill justification in my book), I really have to give the creators credit for the way they managed to create the atmosphere (visuals and soundtrack) and make interesting sceneries that make an otherwise repetitive game diverse enough to keep it enjoyable. I also like the character designs. I do not care for the addition of the eight Left 4 Dead characters; I don't use them, their presence doesn't bother me, but they seem out of place and an unnecessary addition.
Yes, the gameplay itself is sort of repetitive and the levels are relatively linear, but the level design and various bosses, sceneries and objectives keep it diverse enough to remain enjoyable to me (it might be different for you). Another plus is that I'm usually more the close combat run and gun type of gamer, but this game, being the sniper game it is, managed to get me hooked by the way it combined sniping with finishing off scores of zombies.

What's not
The game didn't live up to my expectations of it, being advertised to contain "remastered" versions of the first two Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army games. Considering that "remastered" usually refers to an increase in quality, I would expect a remaster of a game to be an over-all improvement of the original. This is, however, where Zombie Army Trilogy, falls short for me. The only improvements I really noticed were the addition of dismemberment and a somewhat better performance, but that's about it and does not justify the fact that some aspects managed to get worse and some aspects that needed to be improved didn't get to be. I'll go more into detail about this, but not before I stress the fact that upon its release, the game advertised to have weapon customization, although it didn't and as today still doesn't. On the store page, it's not longer advertised as having this option, though, but it's a fake promise nonetheless.

Like I said, the way I see it, some aspects managed to get worse for the first two episodes Zombie Army Trilogy when compared to the first two original games.
First of all, either the majority of the zombies got stronger, or the weapons got weaker (especially notable when it comes to the secondary weapons). I don't welcome this aspect and do very much prefer it the way it was in the original game. To compensate for this, the almighty Kick of Death could be made weaker; it currently takes about two kicks to kill a regular zombie and just one to kill a skeleton (or even multiple skeletons at once).
Second of all, the jump option is removed for no apparent reason. Uniform diversity is more limited as well, or so it seems.
Third of all, aside from the new dismemberment option, the way zombies respond to getting killed got worse. In the first two games, killing a regular zombie when it was spawning, resulted into the zombie being pulled out of the ground, leaving its corpse on the ground to retrieve ammo from. In this so-called "remastered" version, the zombie freezes and crumbles into ashes, making it gameplay-wise less rewarding (no pick-ups for you) and to me, visually less entertaining. Retrieving pick-ups also takes slightly longer now, since you need to hold "E" (instead of press). Corpses themselves dissolve faster than I remember from the earlier games (once more, no pick-ups for you).
The fire zombies have undergone visual improvements, but physically they have not to my liking. They simply dissolve into fiery smoke when hit by anything that inflicts some kind of damage, where they used to respond more like regular zombies, such as dropping on the ground, sometimes resurrecting when not killed by a headshot. In Nazi Zombie Army 2, they used to be a lot faster as well. Now they are more a nuisance than a threat.

Other than that, some of the aspects I hoped to be improved in a "remastered" version, remained untouched.
The way consecutive kills and multi-kills are rewarded, is still a thorn in my side. From my point of view, both are in their current form overvalued, manifesting an unwanted moral hazard in co-operative gameplay.
The way the reward for making consecutive kills (or "combo's") creates unwanted behavior, becomes most apparent in survival mode ("Horde"). The amount of kills, achieved by consecutive hitting without missing, counts as a multiplier for the points you receive for the kill you just made. If you go for a high score, not breaking your combo is imperative. Since trying to keep up your combo by making headshots with a sniper is way harder than trying so by blasting zombies in the chest with a shotgun from up close, the latter is more rewarding, although there are faster ways to finish them off. It also makes it more attractive to let your teammates handle zombies that are more far away (such as the leaping Nazi snipers) or rely extremely on headshots to go down (such as the "elites"; the large, machinegun wielding grunts). This becomes most apparent in survival mode, since it's easier to refill your shotgun, due to the rareness of shotgun shells on zombie corpses and secondary weapon ammo boxes in campaign mode.
The way multi-kill system encourages players to use explosives to take down large groups of zombies at once; not to take down the zombies, but receive the huge point reward, thereby making it much harder for the rest of the team to keep up point-wise.

I would have liked to see a point system that would reward players based more on the amount of kills and headshots, and less on the amount of multi-kills and lack of misses, but alas.
Another aspect that hasn't been improved, is the way melee hits from zombies are registered. This results in zombies dealing damage to you, even though you dodged them (according to what you did and saw). It makes me cringe every time. They will also leap and swing their arms towards you earlier than you'd realistically expect.
I furthermore believe the skeletons are and always have been ridiculous. I don't like how they are slower and killed in a single kick in Zombie Army Trilogy, but I personally would like to have them visually improved completely by at least adding some flesh on their joints and some torn up clothing.
Furthermore, an in-game server browser would be a nice alternative to the Steam matchmaking system the game is currently using.

When it comes to the new episode 3, the game could use some improvement as well. The mist in the Forest of Corpses level results in frame drops and when new players join an in-progress game of Freight Trein of Fear, right before the pre-boarding siege, the siege will in many instances not start, making a restart of the entire level (not just the checkpoint) necessary.

Altogether I like the game, I still play it a lot, but considering its flaws it being advertised as being a partial "remaster" of the original two games, I can't recommend it as such for the current price. My advice: pick it up when it's for sale; in the past it has been for sale for 80% off, which sounds fair enough to me for what you get.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
57.0 hrs on record
Posted: June 14
Im totally in love with this game, but, i have to confess that i think should have more maps.....
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 6
this is a very fun sniper zombie game that will entertain for a long time, from the moments when you get surrounded and aten to the moment where u snipe a perfect headshot at 100 yards with a killcam that makes u feel like a boss, i would definatly recomend this game to any zombie affecianado!

great graphics
realistic zombies
very fun weapons
smooth 3rd person
nice inventory system

can be very difficult on normal
sometimes impossible to hit zeds
needs high system req to run at ultra graphics
has left4dead2 characters (you dont have to play as them)

prons: (pros... cons...?)
has skelitons... yeah idk if this is cool
has zed snipers, not cool
has giant zombies with guns, MEGA NOT COOL

hope this reveiw helps!
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