Zombie Army 4: Dead War arrives on Nintendo Switch from today

Zombie Army 4: Dead War arrives on Nintendo Switch from today
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Rebellion has announced that 2020 undead shooter Zombie Army 4: Dead War has made it to the Nintendo Switch.

The full version of the game has made it intact over to Nintendo’s machine, including all of the content from the game’s Season Pass One. That means those players get nine additional levels and four character packs. Not to mention nine weapon bundles and weapon skin packs on top of the original content. Season Passes Two and Three are also available to buy on the Nintendo eShop.

This Switch entry of course includes support for two to four players in both local wireless and online modes. The team at Rebellion North have also worked their magic so that the game dynamically changes resolution depending on your Switch configuration to maintain a constant 30FPS. That’s 1080p if it’s docked, or 720p if undocked.

There’s a few Nintendo Switch specific features too, including gyroscope controls, and a Nightmare Mode if you complete the game’s main story. There’s also support for Steam Cross Save, meaning you can import your save game data from Steam to continue playing on the move. (Unfortunately, it doesn’t work the other way around, but it’s still a nice feature.)

Check out the Switch-specific trailer for yourself down below, and if you missed our original review of the game find that here. Zombie Army 4: Dead War is available from today on the Nintendo Switch.