Sunday, July 7, 2024

Bloody Roguelike Zombie Survival Game ‘Ed-0: Zombie Uprising’ to Get Physical PS5 Release October 10th [Trailer]

After receiving a digital release last July on Steam, PlayStation 5, and the Xbox Series, Lancarse and publisher D3 PUBLISHER have announced that a physical version of their zombie survival roguelike action title Ed-0: Zombie Uprising will be coming October 10 to the PlayStation 5, courtesy of Aksys Games. The announcement is accompanied by a rather humourous trailer, which also features plenty of plasma and zombie smashing. Pre-orders are now available via the Aksys Games store.

In case you haven’t heard of the game, Ed-0: Zombie Uprising takes place in an alternate 1854, in a fictional Edo-era Japan. Mysterious ships have made landfall on the island, bringing with them a zombie plague that quickly infects the island. A select few have managed to maintain their humanity through their immunity to the outbreak. It’s up to these three “Zom-beings” to fight back against the plague, and bring peace back to their homeland.

Players can select from either a samurai, sumo wrestler or ninja to take on the hordes. Ed-0: Zombie Uprising includes various undead enemies, ranging from “newly interpreted” Japanese zombies to foreign invaders born after the “Zombie Industrial Revolution.” Players will unlock more as they play (and succeed) with an increasing number of possibilities to customize builds to their liking—with the option to bump up the level of difficulty to test one’s capability.

If you’re content with getting it digitally, Ed-0: Zombie Uprising is currently available with a hefty 75% discount on Steam during the Steam Summer Sale until July 11.

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