Xbox One Version Of 'Zombie Vikings' Confirmed; Price, Gameplay Revealed; Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Now Include 'Assasin's Creed Rogue' & More

By Ben Lindon , Updated Feb 26, 2017 11:23 PM EST

The Xbox One platform has been confirmed by Zoink Games to get its own version of "Zombie Vikings" that is currently available on the PlayStation 4 for $11.99. Apparently, it has been over a year that Xbox One gamers have waited for the hackventure with a dead funny story by Zach Weinersmith. The release date and for the Xbox One version of "Zombie Vikings" is yet to be revealed.

Xbox Version Comes With £9.59 Price Tag

It should be noted that "Zombie Vikings" may be played by 1 to 4 players and gives the player the opportunity to embark on a funny adventure with the stars of the show. The Xbox version will also include more than 25 levels set across eight different worlds, The Xbox Hub reported. The game also packs five Versus Arenas, four unique Vikings and over 40 unlockable weapons.

It should be noted that Zoink Games also created the indie smash hit "Stick It to The Man!" The Xbox Games Store noted that the Xbox version would let players embark on a mission given by a putrid posse through the most epic worlds to retrieve Odin's lost eye. Xbox One players may choose from one of the four vikings to play--Gunborg, Hedgy, Seagurd and Caw-kaa. As a bonus, players may stick friends together into a giant mega Zombie.

"Assasin's Creed Rogue" And Five Other Games Launched On Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

In other news, Microsoft recently released six backwards compatible Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One consoles. The community manager Larry Hryb aka "Major Nelson" announced the news on Twitter. In the previous year, Microsoft launched "Red Dead Redemption" and the "Mass Effect" trilogy on backwards compatibility, Dailystar UK reported.

Xbox One owners may now access "Borderlands 2", "The King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match" and "Moon Diver".  Other Xbox 360 games coming to the Xbox One include "Gyromancer" and "Space Invaders Infinity Gene". Note that Microsoft added a total of 13 Backwards Compatible games this month with "GTA 4" and "GTA: Episodes from Liberty City" added earlier this month. Check out more Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games in 2017 below:


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