Here we go with a title that I have been dreaming of getting back into the mix with Stubbs The Zombie heading back out with Rebel without A Pulse after a long time waiting. After a long fifteen-year wait that we have had here, it looks as if Aspyr Media has opted to bring the zombie back out for us on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, and PC. All of the big ones here even though Stubbs The Zombie did hit the PC way back when it was out the first time. Get ready to wreak havoc on Punchbowl, PA one more time on March 16th.
There is a nice and little trailer for this version of Stubbs The Zombie and I do have to say that it looks like not much has been done to make the game feel like a remaster or anything. It is more as if it is just re-releasing but still keeping all of the PS2 and Xbox visuals out there. This does not always have to be a bad thing as long as we see some of the smaller issues fixed during this transition. Given that it sounds like the same tutorial mission we had from the original Stubbs The Zombie title is back here, I have a feeling that we are going to just be seeing the same game just running on the systems of today. I am staying hopeful even though this trailer does make it seem like this is what we are getting.
Stubbs The Zombie In Rebel Without A Pulse — Announcement
Stubbs The Zombie returns from the grave on March 16, 2021!
On his quest, Stubbs lurches his way through numerous large and visually captivating indoor/outdoor environments in and around the gleaming city of Punchbowl, PA, a city built during the Eisenhower administration to show off the ultra-futuristic technology of the 21st century. Stubbs' brain-eating adventure brings him through bustling shopping districts and verdant farmlands to battle mad scientists, rural militiamen, and the world's deadliest barbershop quartet.
Coming to PlayStation 4|5, Xbox One, Series S|X, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Have you been waiting to see Stubbs The Zombie make his way back into the world or did you think he was dead in the water for a while now? Did you expect to see some higher level of visuals here for the game or does it feel right to see it have the "retro" look to it all? Do you think they are still working on a full remake or remaster or will this be the next and last we see of the character for another fifteen years? Let us all know what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you will. If there is more for Stubbs The Zombie, we will share it all here. Be sure to keep checking back for all of this and much more.