It has proven successful enough that the studio now has console versions in development, which isn't just a "re-package of the first two games" as it has new content.
This undead spoof launched as a spin-off of Sniper Elite V2. A sequel was then released for Halloween in 2013. Its four-player co-op gameplay obviously titillated.
Now a version for consoles is underway. “We can’t say much yet but it won’t just be a re-package of the first two games - there will be plenty of new content to get stuck into,” said Rebellion’s Jason Kingsley.
“Like many independent developers, we’re still learning the ropes and having a lot of conversations with the platform holders. We’re not at the stage where we can confirm the platforms right now, but we’re fortunate to have experience already from self-publishing on Steam and mobile, so we’re confident it’ll go smoothly.”
For a limited time both Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army games, as well as a new bundle, are discounted at 75% off throughand the for a total of £4.49 / $6.25.
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