We've faced off against countless zombie hordes in the past, but an undead army led by zombie Hitler? It's officially on. Rebellion Oxford's zany spin-off of the Sniper Elite series is back with a brand new chapter of macabre mayhem, and we're taking the online co-op for a spin to see whether it's worth your time.
Andrew Reiner, Wade Wojcik, and I take an in-depth look at Zombie Army Trilogy, which features plenty of fun and gory action despite some aiming and latency problems. Along the way we also debate the merits of deploying a zombie army to do your evil bidding, lament the Xbox One's auto-record feature, and get grossed out by Reiner continually standing under a dripping corpse (talk about unhygienic). See it all – along with the best defensive method for surviving the zombie apocalypse – in the video below (hint: The stairs are the place to be).
World War II zombie games have been on an uptick for years, but the link between the supernatural and Nazis may not be so fantastical.
Zombie Army Trilogy is a fun shooting package from Rebellion, and it looks and sounds great on Switch, but check out Chris's review for more.
Who doesnt like games that revolve around Zombies? Zombie Army Trilogy takes the best part of the Sniper Elite and adds the undead. This means a fancy bullet cam which is deeply satisfying. The game has plenty to offer those who want to try the co-op.