Rebellion announced that the Zombie Army Trilogy will be making the leap from the eighth gen twins and PC to Nintendo’s little hybrid that could starting March 31st at the end of the month. The game will come with all of the previously released games for home consoles along with drop-in and drop-out multiplayer for up to four players.
Sadly it doesn’t sound like there are any split-screen options, but the game does have a single-player campaign mode from each of the entries to play through, along with support for local area network play for wireless co-op. It’s a weird thing that only the Switch seems to support LAN play these days.
They roll through the features and content for the Switch version of the game in the announcement trailer for the game on Nintendo’s system, which you can check out below.
The game comes with HD Rumble support, as well as motion controller support, so it’s more than just a straight through port from the other consoles.
Additionally, if you’re not keen on trying to fight against the drift in the left Joy-Con you can hook up your Pro Controller and game without worrying about the drifting issue.
During the pre-release period the game is also going to be discounted by 15% off over on the Nintendo eShop.
These games were really popular for some reason. I guess it was for the people who wanted a third-person version of Call of Duty’s Zombies Mode, but contained in a fully-featured standalone package instead of being tacked on DLC to another $60 game.
In addition to the three campaigns tucked inside the Zombie Army Trilogy package, there’s also a horde mode for those of you who just want to gather weapons and kill zombies for the heck of it.
You can look for the game to drop on the Nintendo eShop starting March 31st.