Hell, May 12th 2020 – It’s time to draw more blood, Zombie Army 4 fans!

Blood Count, the thrilling second chapter in the “Hell Cult” campaign is out today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, the Epic Games Store and Stadia.

Take on Transylvanian undead and SS cultists as you break into an abandoned castle. Unravel mysteries of the occult and drill deep into the crypt’s darkest secrets!

Check out the new Blood Count trailer, offering a teasing glimpse of what’s to come in the concluding chapter – what manner of evil lurks beneath the surface…?

As well as the new campaign mission, there’s a ton of new content out today for Rebellion’s co-op shooter, and plenty to satisfy anyone’s blood-thirst!

In addition to the Blood Count campaign mission, new content out today includes:

  • Renegade Officer Character
  • Bloodsoaked Weapon Skins
  • Gas Mask Headgear Bundle
  • Mortar Shotgun Bundle

The Zombie Army 4 Season 1 Pass offers access to ALL Season 1 content including Blood Count. It’s available to purchase no on all platforms and it’s also included in the Zombie Army 4: Super Deluxe Edition. Content can also be bought individually.

For more info, please visit ZombieArmy.com

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About Rebellion

Founded in 1992, Rebellion is one of Europe’s biggest independent studios. Its flagship Sniper Elite series is renowned for its authentic stealth and sniping gameplay with more than 20 million players worldwide. 2000 AD is synonymous with the absolute finest in British comic book art. With the acquisition of a $100m film studio and the world’s largest archive of English language comics, Rebellion continues to grow from strength to strength.

Rebellion now operates across books, comics, TV and film, but at its core it’s still a leading developer and publisher of games. Whether it’s the breathtaking intensity of Sniper Elite 4, the face-hugging terror of Aliens vs. Predator or the grindhouse frenzy of the Zombie Army series, the Oxford-based studio is revered for creating stand-out games designed to thrill.