Atmospheric John Carpenter-esque horror synth perfectly complements Dead War's neat B-movie style, while chatter from your chosen character adds a little bit of colour to proceedings.
Persistent gloom shouldn't be appealing, but it is. A diversity of environments help keep things interesting, although there are some occasional, minor bugs that crop up, like letterbox borders from kill cams and cut-scenes sometimes remaining during gameplay, obscuring the game's UI. Zombies are lavished in suitably grim detail.
Incredibly moreish, Zombie Army 4 is a deliriously fun co-op shooter that you'll keep on returning to. Both the campaign and Horde mode provide a stiff challenge, but one that's consistently enjoyable.
Nine hefty campaign levels mean Zombie Army 4 could have outstayed its welcome, but thanks to polished gunplay, you'll have a grand time. Four Horde maps will also keep you occupied. Teeny weeny bugs do little to spoil the party.
A nice and varied list with plenty of breadth across everything that Zombie Army 4 has to offer. Its objectives will give you a gentle nudge in the right direction, ensuring you immerse yourself in both the campaign and Horde.