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Zombie Army Trilogy gets a March 31st release date on Switch

by: Sean Colleli -
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If you're trigger finger is itching to snipe some Nazi ghouls on your Nintendo Switch, you don't have long to wait: Rebellion has announced that Zombie Army Trilogy is headed to Switch on March 31st. This cult-hit Sniper Elite spinoff bundles the first 3 games in the series into one package, which incidentally is getting both a digital and physical retail release.

Up to four friends can battle undead Hitler and his reanimated Reich in both local and online co-op, with the added Switch-exclusive benefits of motion controls and HD rumble. The premise is so violent and absurd that I'm sure Zombie Army Trilogy, and its attendant x-ray kill shots, will be a bit hit at Switch parties where the adult beverages are flowing.

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Zombie Army Trilogy Marches Onto Nintendo Switch On March 31


Oxford, March 5 – As revealed in a brand new trailer, ZOMBIE ARMY TRILOGY will bring nerve-shredding shooter action to Nintendo Switch later this month!

Independent UK studio Rebellion is delighted to announce the cult Sniper Elite spinoff will be available both digitally and at retail on March 31, 2020.


Travel to 1945 and slay on-the-go as you face off against the massive hordes that comprise Hitler’s Nazi zombie army. Use sniper rifles, machine guns and shotguns to rip through the waves of undead, and take on the demon dictator himself in an incredible final battle!

Zombie Army Trilogy comes with everything previously released on consoles. Survive 3 intense story campaigns and take on Horde Mode, all available either in single-player or in drop-in, drop-out co-op for up to 4 players.

On Nintendo Switch, Zombie Army Trilogy offers brand new features including local wireless co-op, motion controls, Pro Controller and HD Rumble support. Zombie Army Trilogy also supports Nintendo Switch’s new friend invite system.

 The Zombie Army series has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide.