How to download and play Zombs Royale

Learn how to start playing Zombs Royale, a 2D free-to-play battle royale game inspired by Fortnite and PUBG.


If you've been looking for a brand-new battle royale to keep you busy, then look no further. Zombs Royale is a free-to-play 2D battle royale game that features 100 player games and includes Solo, Duos, and Squad modes.  If you want to play Zombs Royale yourself, then you have a couple of ways to do so. In this guide, we'll talk about how to play Zombs Royale and even cover how to download the game.

How to download and play Zombs Royale

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like you can download Zombs Royale just yet., at least not on PC. You can, however, download the game on iOS and Android. Fortunately, though, there are two ways you can play the game. First, you can simply head over to the official website, where you can load the game right in your browser. You can also play it via Discord, which will make it even easier to team up with your friends.

Zombs Royale - how to play and download

Playing Zombs Royale is pretty simple. Since the game can be played right in your browser, the controls themselves are exceptionally simple. You can change the FPS limit, as well as change out the resolution and window size from the game itself. As far as controls go, the standard WSAD system will take care of most of your movements. We've further broken down the controls below, so take a look to see what you need to know.

Action Keybind
Up W
Down S
Left A
Right D
Interact E
Reload R
Toggle Map M
Hold Map Tab
Spray T
Emote RMB
Shoot LMB

As you can see, the controls in Zombs Royale are very simplified. You can dive into the game right now and start playing, and we'll have more information about this little 2D battle royale coming up soon, so make sure to keep an eye on our Zombs Royale coverage. If you already play Fortnite, then you can also check out our Fortnite guides hub for help completing all your latest tasks and challenges there, too.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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