Here we share 18 new upcoming Zombie games in 2023 and 2024 for Xbox Series X, PS5, Xbox Series S, PS4, PCs, and XB1, from most awaiting the day before to Arizona Sunshine 2 and Pine Harbour.
1. John Carpenter’s Toxic Commando
Now, you probably know this already, but there was an update first off John Carpenter, the same legend who directed The Thing movie and more than a handful of amazing horror shows, IPS, and video games, is developing and directing a first-person shooter, a zombie survival game called toxic Commando. This game is actually packed with huge teams like Focus on Interactive and Sabre Interactive. It’s supposedly the first of a series of games. It’s said to be coming to PCS in the next generation of consoles sometime in 2024.
2. Quantum Error
Come November 3 this year, we can finally, I mean finally, have hands on Quantum Error, a one-off if not the most awaited survival horror game in the past few years that was scratched from the ground up more than twice to be made with a better engine. This game is no longer a PlayStation 5 exclusive anymore; it’s now coming to PC’s Xbox series and even the PlayStation 4. To accompany the good news, we got some Unreal Engine 5 4K 60fps on PlayStation’s official trailer.
3. Echoes of the Living
Echoes of the Living finally has a demo on Steam. I mean, it has been for months, with a release window of late 2023, technically the final quarter of the year or holidays, and eventually coming to PCS only as a finished product. Now here’s a new trailer. Nothing to talk about since there’s a demo you can try. The Echoes of the Living is a survival horror with a fixed camera, just like the old Resident Evil games, but with better visuals.
4. The Walking Dead: Destines
Gamemail Entertainment and AMC, which is kind of a surprise, just came out and revealed the new game in The Walking Dead Universe called The Walking Dead Destinies. This is a third-person narrative-driven action adventure where, hopefully, if you’ve caught up with the TV show itself, your choices can actually reshape the story of The Walking Dead shows seasons 1 to 4 as a game, which could potentially be the best thing AMC ever made. To accompany the good news, we got a trailer.
5. The Bornless
Number five, we have a first-person shooter multiplayer horror game called The Born Less. This is a brand new game from a brand new company as well, quite a bit inspired by Deadlight Daylight, said about 200 years into the past, with a premise like the movie Missing where this portal has been opened somewhere on Earth and brought with them demonic beings from another realm, James said to be coming to PCS in 2024.
6. The Day Before
Previously announced to be coming out in March this year, I delayed it more than three times already and finally came out on November 10th, number 10. It’s once again the day before the critically acclaimed open-world survival multiplayer shooter and one of the few AAA games in quality that’s being built with the use of Unreal Engine 5. We got a new trailer for We Didn’t Kiss You, and most of the game not only has a huge multiplayer campaign but also an equally big single-player campaign to boot.
7. Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days
At number seven from a few months ago through its official reveal trailer, we have by Pickpocket Into the Dead: Our Darkest Days. This is a new entry in the Into the Dead franchise and a PC exclusive that’s ever since been promised to be released in its Early Access phase in 2024 at its earliest. This is a side-scrolling zombie survival game apart from the franchise set in Texas.
Unholy, on the other hand, is actually available on Steam through a demo, and the previously announced release date of July 20 was delayed to an unspecified date within 2023.
9. Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle
now Leonardo Interactive went on and announced Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle will now arrive on the PlayStation 5 for the Xbox series and PCS on August 30 this year. They released a trailer from it, and a new one showcasing some more of the in-game footage said this new Daymare game will have the perfect mix of fierce and deadly enemies, horror action game mechanics, and environmental puzzles. a chilling soundtrack and plenty of exploration to boot.
10. Stray Souls
Stray Souls has been in the making for over a year. revealed again a couple weeks ago, in case you missed it. Number 10: We have Straight Souls, a psychological survival horror adventure and story-focused game that was announced years ago. Stressels is being built with the use of Unreal Engine 5 too; by the end of the year, it’s said to be combining Japanese survival horror elements with Western Paranormal Activity Style with a shifting system and some really heavy puzzles.
11. The Walking Dead: Betrayal
Skybound Games just announced another entry in The Walking Dead series going by the name The Walking Dead Betrayal. It’s a multiplayer eight-player social deception survival thriller that’s a little bit like Among Us in Pace. I mean, you can tell it’s a mix of both franchises with a dash of winter survival, which is not to be forgotten. The same developers are behind The Walking Dead Betrayal. Anyway, the game is coming to PCS only. We’re here in the next few months.
12. Pine Harbour
Number 12 is inspired by the Silent Hill games of lots but in first person. I’m assuming you all know about the game ill already, which is an Unreal Engine project just like this. We’ve been waiting for years on Pine Harbour. The game of talking is almost the same in style, also made in Unreal Engine 5, with an even heavier emphasis on horror than just action and shooting. Check it out. I’m the only one rumoured to be coming out around the holidays this year for PCs only.
13. Testament: The Order of High Human
Coming as the first work of his developers number 13, we have a testament order of High Human, a first-person metroidvania action adventure RPG that said in a post-apocalyptic made-up super fantasy world that’s inspired by Nordic mythology, you play the role of a saviour of some sort trying to save a realm, our realm, from betrayal. That’s just the premise of the game anyway, as a trailer said to be coming to all consoles and PCs except Switch in about a month or two.
14. Arizona Sunshine 2
Speaking of weights, after seven years of that, Arizona Sunshine is now coming back for the PC and the PlayStation VR2 by the end of the year, not just for the PlayStation 5. The sequel here is promised to get us back to the zombie apocalypse of Christmas 2023, and the story picks up exactly where it left off in the original game. You got a dog, now a dog companion, with the addition of a huge pool of both melee and ranged weapons.
15. Ad Infinitum
Nikon just announced a delayed release date of September 14, 2023, for Ad Infinite. It will now be coming to the PlayStation 5, Xbox series, and PCs via Sim, and apparently a little later for the past generation of consoles except Switch, where Ad Infinite is a first-person survival game. Horror, in case you missed it, is what the developers titled a cinematic nightmare or a rather surreal one where players take on the world of a soldier and German soldier in the First World War who was suffering an existential crisis in his own hands.
After quite a bit of Weights, Ripout is now back, and it’s releasing for PCS in the next generation of consoles only in about 2 months. So if you’re new to the game, Ripout is an online co-op hoarder first person shooter where you play in procedurally generated rounds on different ships packed with mutants that can regenerate their injured bodies. That’s not just it; it’s an Unreal Engine 5 game, and it’s quite packed with support.
17. Samurai Unicorn
I mentioned this one about two years ago, and now I’m finally over here with an update. Samurai Unicorn is still one of the most visually advanced cyberpunk-style zombie third-person survival horror games out there that’s being developed inspired by System Shock. The premise over here is that you play as a detective on a mission to wipe out corruption in the city. Just take a look at this game, which is available on Patreon through a demo and will fully release on Steam by the end of 2023.
And finally available on Edge and Steam through a demo coming at last, we have Hot Worm. This is a Lo-Fi retro psychedelic psychological survival horror nostalgy like the first few Resident Evil games with a fixed camera. As the first work of a one-man developer, 2 Heartworm is said to be coming off fully for PCs only in early to mid-2024.