nDreams and Paw Print Games have recently announced that their award-winning zombie blaster game, Bloody Zombies, will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on December 23, for $14.99.
Bloody Zombies is a zombie brawler that takes place in a London wasteland. Zombies have taken over the city and four survivors must traverse through the game’s campaign, killing hordes of zombies along the way. The Switch version of the game will feature an extensive multiplayer mode of gameplay, with online and local co-op feature of up to four players on a single Switch. In a press release, the developer mentioned that:
“We’re delighted that Bloody Zombies is joining the host of wholesome family-friendly titles, like Skyrim, Doom and LA Noire, hitting the Switch this holiday season.” said David Corless, VP of Publishing, nDreams. “What could make Christmas more festive than helping your Granny take down a seven-foot zombie with a samurai sword, all whilst playing together on your new Switch console?”
Originally released for Steam, Bloody Zombies for the Nintendo Switch lets players fight zombies over 20 diverse environments. The game has also evolved its brawling style of combat as it allows players to combine moves and let them create their own "chainable combos". You can also unlock upgraded special moves and skills to improve your zombie-slaying abilities and select from 4 playable anti-heroes to play in the game. Choose from Teller, Mick ‘The Brick’, Rei, & Eddie.
Bloody Zombies developer, nDreams together with Paw Print Games promises players a seamless experience for the Switch. The developer was impressed with the console’s hybrid functionality and ensures fans that Bloody Zombies will “feature a full controller and play mode support, allowing players to go from TV to handheld, to table top.”
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Who’s ready to blast some zombies on the Switch?