Karl Fairburne has it hard enough trying to calculate the perfect shot on humans, but his job got a lot stranger when he was asked to apply his unique set of skills against Hitler's undead army. Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army and its sequel have offered a change of pace for the series on PC and now it's about to come to consoles.
Developer Rebellion confirmed in a press release that the Nazi Zombie Army games are currently in development on unspecified consoles. "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 CEO 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."
Rebellion previously teased the idea of console versions of the Nazi Zombie Army games back in September, prior to the sequel's release on PC. Creative director Tim Jones had stated that PlayStation 4 and Xbox One would be a "great fit" for the games.
Of course, both of the Nazi Zombie Army games are available right now on PC. If you'd rather not wait for the console versions, they're both currently on sale on Steam this weekend.