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Terror Lab A Zombie Army 4 Campaign Mission Has Launched

Rebellion has launched Terror Lab, the first part of its three-part campaign, Hell Cult for its zombie slayer, Zombie Army 4. This new DLC is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

In Terror Lab, players will infiltrate a strange laboratory whilst tearing their way through a whole load of zombified researchers. The ultimate goal being the discovery of the mystery behind why the dead continue to rise.

There are also a few other things releasing today such as weapons, a new character and even the completely free to everybody, Undead Wood Horde Mission.

Alongside the release of Terror Lab, Rebellion has also released a roadmap showing what’s due to be released within the next couple of months. Check it out below.

March 10th, 2020

▪ Campaign Mission “Terror Lab”
▪ American Sea Captain
▪ PPSH Submachine Gun Bundle
▪ M1 Semi-auto Carbine Bundle
▪ Molten Lava Weapon Skins
▪ Classic Boris Outfit
▪ FREE Horde Map “Undead Wood”

April 2020

▪ Campaign Mission “Blood Count”
▪ Renegade Officer
▪ Bloodsoaked Weapon Skins
▪ Gas Mask Headgear Bundle
▪ Mortar Shotgun Bundle

May 2020

▪ Mission Pack #3
▪ Character Pack #3
▪ Character Skins #3
▪ Weapon Pack #3
▪ Weapon Pack #9
▪ Weapon Skins #4

Summer 2020

▪ New FREE Mode
▪ New FREE Difficulty Level
▪ FREE Horde Map #2
▪ Weapon Pack #10
▪ Weapon Pack #11
▪ Weapon Skins #5
▪ Charms Pack #1

Season 1 season pass owners will be available to access all of the season one content as soon as it’s available. The pass is available to purchase now and was automatically included for purchasers of the Super Deluxe Edition of the game.

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