Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2, the sequel to the four-player co-op shooter from Rebellion Developments, will be available on Windows PC later this year, the studio announced in an interview with Eurogamer.
Rebellion released the original Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army, a multiplayer-based expansion spun off from the more realism-oriented Sniper Elite series, this past February on PC. "It pretty much made its money back on the day of release," Rebellion studio head Jason Kingsley told Eurogamer; the game was released as a budget title at $14.99.
Nazi Zombie Army 2 features the same protagonist, U.S. Office of Strategic Services agent Karl Fairburne, fighting the Nazi zombie menace once again.
"The environments, the levels, the soundtrack all give a strong feeling of descent — each encounter, each level becoming progressively more hellish," said Tim Jones, head of creative. "Most importantly, though, we've expanded the legions of Nazi undead with some really intimidating new enemies, which we'll reveal soon."
Nazi Zombie Army 2 is in development on PC, but Kingsley said Rebellion is exploring the possibility of bringing the game to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 through self-publishing.