Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army Is Now Available On Steam

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Rebellion announced today that Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, the latest game in the award-winning Sniper Elite series, is now available to buy via Steam for £9.99 / €10.99 / $14.99. Launching today with a terrifying new trailer, this competitively priced stand-alone PC game takes the World War Two setting of Sniper Elite V2 and ramps up the horror.
According to its press release, Hitler deploys his most terrifying weapon in a last ditch attempt to win the war. Berlin is transformed into a nightmarish world of shuffling zombies. But amidst this army of death lies entities that are altogether more deadly.
Featuring four-player co-op for the first time in the series, and with an updated ‘zombie’ version of the critically-acclaimed ‘Kill Cam’ – dubbed the ‘UnKill Cam’ – Nazi Zombie Army is the perfect game to enjoy with up to three friends as you fight for survival in a terrifying occult war!
Rebellion CEO Jason Kingsley said:
“Nazi Zombie Army is finally here and we’re absolutely delighted with how we’ve been able to bring this new chapter to Sniper Elite on PC. We’ve self-published NZA as a stand-alone title, which has been enormously satisfying, and the response from both Sniper Elite fans and other gamers alike is fantastic. The whole new co-op focused campaign means you can enjoy blowing away demonic hordes with friends who might not already own Sniper Elite V2.”
Enjoy the following trailer!

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