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You’re still breathing, for now, but how long will you survive the labyrinth of London’s streets and underground canals, abandoned by the outside world and surrounded by infected? The horrifying remains of humanity, ravaged by the terrifying disease, are shuffling through the streets, waiting at every turn to prey on your living flesh.

The nail-biting survival experience of ZombiU™ has been upgraded for download on next-gen consoles and PC. ZOMBI takes the power of the latest generation of hardware to bring you a new level of horror. Test your will to survive, but beware: death is permanent, and one wrong move can cause you to lose everything.



Resources are scarce, your enemies are numerous, and you never know when you’ll find more weapons, ammunition, first aid, or food. How you allocate your resources determines if you live or die.


Survival is not guaranteed. Once you die, your character becomes infected and joins the horde of undead shambling through London. You’ll come back as an entirely new character and try to survive, again, with your first mission being to retrieve your previous character’s supplies.


Your bug-out bag holds all your possessions, tools, inventory, first aid kits, maps, and more. Don’t get distracted, as zombies can attack you at any moment. If you die, your bag stays with your old character, who is now a zombie. Will you risk it all to get your bag back, or start scavenging anew?


Survive in a city steeped in grisly history, royal secrets, and bloody tales. Navigate through the medieval Tower of London, stately Buckingham Palace, and modern streets swarming with mobs of the undead.


Combining the horror of ZombiU with refined gameplay and upgraded graphics, ZOMBI brings the survivalist first-person shooter to next-gen consoles and PC. Adapted to a single screen experience, the active pause system still makes you vulnerable while scanning your environment, completing mini-games or searching your inventory & equipment.

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Straight Right
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 (64bit version only)
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E7300 @ 2.6 GHz or AMD Athlon II X2 240 @ 2.8 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTS 450 or AMD Radeon HD5770 (1024MB VRAM)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 25 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
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Reviews for ZOMBI

Its fine

Zombi is great for players that love zombie games . But I warn you it'll crash a lot veryyyy laggy atm. The graphics aren't good as some people could have hoped for , but the gameplay is all about murdering zombies.

Some what enjoyable

I feel like the WiiU version was better.Some effects were removed in the PC version but for the 3 or something hours i played it it seems ok i guess.To be honest here graphics are not touched for the pc port at all and on top of that there are no setting to lower or make them higher which is kind of bad.Gameplay is pretty easy once you get familiar with it and you get used to it pretty quick.The best feature in this game is the fact that if your character dies you get to play with another character and you can retrieve your items where you died, funny thing is your last character is now a zombie which is great to smash his head open and take his(yours) stuff back.Speaking of smashing heads this game is pretty easy for me to be completely honest.Killing zombies with a shovel takes 3-4 hits which is pretty tiring to do all the time and gets boring fast.Overall you should buy this game if its on sale for 3 or 4 pounds.I don't see myself ever replaying this piece of ubisoft manure in my life.

Do not be tempted, you have been warned!

Do not buy this train wreck. It was only released on other platforms because sales of the WiiU version were so poor. This is a terrible port. Certain effects have been disabled (dirty lense effect), crashes constantly and your forever on edge never knowing when it will CTD again. You cannot save where you want, so crashes lead to you redoing all that lost progress again. There has even been a few times when I was either trapped in an area because a door that should of been open and wasn't, or an item didn't spawn and so was a total game-breaker. My patience with this mess has finally expired. Save your money. I am done with ubisoft games now. There lack of support or patches clearly demonstrate that this was nothing more than a ca$h grab! avoid.

If you like games that Constantly CRASH!!!

I should have done my homework before buying. Many, many, many of the same complaints from others. I haven't regretted a game purchase in years but this one made the list. Nice job programmers! Go team Australia! Do your homework on this game before you buy. It's a fun game when it doesn't crash and you WILL lose everything you gained and worked towards to scavenge and you will have to start an hour back of when you started before the crash because you can only save when in a safehouse. Give it a 5.

Back from the dead

Zombi is a special case. It's a port of Zombi U, a survival horror game created for the Nintendo Wii U. But Zombi U was already a reboot/remake of a very old survival horror game created by Ubi Soft and named Zombi. Zombi is a pure survival horror like Resident Evil : Your resources are scarce and the undead are hard to kill. The game is set in a zombies infested London where you must survive, following the orders of some guy talking to you via your radio. The game is stressful, scary and very fun. However this port leaves a lot to be desired. First, the multiplayer mode was completely cut from the game. Second, without the Wii U Gamepad all the special features of the game are gone (On Wii U, you had to check your inventory on the Gamepad's Screen, leaving the TV out of your sight). Finally, while Zombi is displayed in 1080p,some shaders are gone and the game's framerate is surprisingly unstable. If you don't have a Wii U, this PC version is decent enough. If you own a Wii U, just play the Wii U version.

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