Zombie Army 4: Dead War è in arrivo su Nintendo Switch

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A new trailer introduces us to all the news of Zombie Army 4: Dead War with improved controls on Switch and a more dynamic resolution.

The first images of Zombie Army 4: Dead War on Switch

There is just over a month left until the new version of Zombie Army 4: Dead War for Nintendo Switch. The release, scheduled for Tuesday April 26, 2022will also introduce improved controls (which will allow players to use the gyro to improve their aim). Among the novelties also the Steam Cross Save, which allows you to transfer saves from Steam to Nintendo Switch. The resolution has also been improved, which guarantees a smoother gameplay at 30fps up to 1080p in dock mode e 720p in portable mode. The official trailer is available at this link.

Some features of the videogame are:

  • Blood, chaos and zombies … how do you kill an already dead?
  • 2-4 player co-op (both locally and online)
  • Pro Controller support

The Nintendo Switch version also includes Season Pass One content (with three additional levels, four character packs, nine weapons and five skins) and post-launch Horde Maps. Season Passes Two and Three will be available for purchase at launch, with numerous bonus content Zombie Army 4: Dead War is already available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Epic Games Store, Steam, Microsoft Store and Google Stadia. It is also playable on updated next-gen consoles. For Nintendo, however, as mentioned, the appointment is for April 26, with the pre-order available as of today.

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