Zombie Army 4

Rebellion today announced the free Zombie Army 4 Next-Gen upgrade for both PS5 and Xbox Series X/S that brings faster frame rates, higher resolutions with up to 4K 60 FPS, and reduced loading time on the platform of your choice. Notably, the new next-gen upgrade will be live for both PlayStation and Xbox Consoles starting Tuesday, April 6.

Rebellion also announced that the Zombie Army 4 also comes to PlayStation+ in April following the Xbox Game Pass in the near future. Below you can find the list of upgrades for each platform and the dates they will be going live.

Rebellion has also shared the patch notes for this week’s update for Zombie Army 4 including all the fixes and improvements coming to the game.

PlayStation (6th April):

• 4K @ 60Hz only

• Reduced loading times

DRS enabled – The resolution of the image can drop below the target to ensure a smooth FPS.

Xbox (8th April): 

Xbox Series S

• 1080p @ 60Hz only

• Reduced loading times

Series X

• Includes quality/performance toggle with the following settings

o Quality – 4k @ 60Hz

o Performance – 1080p @ 120Hz

• Reduced loading times

*DRS enabled – The resolution of the image can drop below the target to ensure a smooth FPS.

**Requires a 120Hz display with HDMI 2.1 support.

In addition, this week’s patches come with the following fixes and improvements;

  • Balance changes have been applied to mission, Death Canal
  • Cross-platform multiplayer added for Windows 10 Store with Steam and Epic
  • New music, combat pieces and general gameplay pieces added across all platforms
  • Fixes applied to Damnation Valley to address issues raised with The Fan Service Challenge and with characters getting stuck in the Scaffolding Area
  • In chapter 4 of Deeper than Hell, ‘Stop Schweiger Completing The Occult Engine’ objective will now update after killing all the zombies present in the area
  • In chapter 4 of Alpine Blitz, players can no longer get stuck inside carriages
  • On Xbox, cut scene audio issues fixed in Deeper than Hell
  • General bug fixing and improvements


Editor-in-chief at Cyberockk, Rizwan is an avid mobile geek and a gaming lover. He loves to keep a tab on new tech and loves to share the latest tech news and reviews on Smartphones, Gadgets, Apps, and more.


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