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Zombie Army Trilogy heads to Nintendo Switch in early 2020

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So Switch fans get some zombie fun in 2020. Rebellion has announced that Zombie Army Trilogy will be heading to the Nintendo Switch early next year. The port will include all of the content from the main versions of the game, ported to the Switch. The original 2015 version included all of the content from the first three games. The trilogy includes a remastered version of the original Nazi Zombie Army and its sequel, which were both released in 2013 as standalone downloadable content for Sniper Elite V2, and a previously unreleased third installment in the series.

The Switch variant will allow players to take on zombie hordes co-operatively or solo, depending on what they want to do at the time. There will even be some Switch-exclusive features. There will be local 2-4 wireless multiplayer, motion controls, Pro Controller and HD rumble support. Also, players will be able to use Nintendo Switch Online’s various features, such as the friend features.

So if you’re looking to take on some zombie fascists, this will be the perfect time to do some on the go.

Nintendo has been doing a good job of pushing more remasters and ports to their portable console these past couple of years. And 2020 will only enhance those efforts with various new releases, like Axiom Verge 2. The expansion of Online services on the Switch, with free retro games and all, has also helped grow the console. The biggest boon this year though was the monstrously successful launch in China, where Nintendo moved 50,000 consoles in just one day.

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The Switch port doesn’t have a firm release date, and is aiming for an early 2020 release window. This collection will also join Rebellion’s Sniper Elite V2 Remastered and Sniper Elite 3 on Nintendo’s console.

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