What you need to know
- Zombie Army 4: Dead War is a third-person shooter from the Sniper Elite creators.
- It's coming on February 4.
- The title features a "Performance" and "Quality" mode on Xbox One X.
- You can preorder Zombie Army 4 for $50 on Amazon.
Zombie Army 4: Dead War is an upcoming third-person shooter from Rebellion. You may recognize the name from the excellent Sniper Elite series. The Zombie Army series can be considered a spin-off of Sniper Elite, but it's so much more than that.
Recently, we came across information that confirmed Zombie Army 4 features two different modes on Xbox One X. There's a "Performance" option that lowers the resolution to around 1080p and renders the game at 60 frames per second (FPS). If you choose "Quality," the rendering resolution appears to be 4K, but the frame rate is limited to 30 FPS. Since Zombie Army 4 isn't a fast-paced game, it looks stunning on the Quality setting.
Are you interested in Zombie Army 4? Which mode will you play it on if you have an Xbox One X? Let us know.
There's also zombie Hitler in there
Hitler's hordes are back for more in this spine-chilling shooter from the makers of Sniper Elite 4! Abominable occult enemies, epic weapons, and a harrowing new co-op campaign await in 1940's Europe.
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