Welcome to the Apocalypse like you've never seen it before. ZombieMod is a total conversion of the critically acclaimed Real-Time Strategy Company of Heroes franchise, taking you from the bloody shores and the dense hedgerows of Normandy to the modern day United States during the zombie apocalypse. Control three new factions, the Survivors, the Bandits and the Zombies in intense singleplayer and multiplayer action. ZombieMod contains many new features never before seen in the Company of Heroes series. Can you hold off the undead, or will the thirst for blood overwhelm you? You decide!


ZombieMod offers many new exciting features such as:

  • Three brand new factions, Survivors, Bandits and Zombies
  • Brand new setting
  • Two different doctrine systems
  • New resource system and teching systems
  • New game modes

FAQ
Q: When can I play the mod?
A: Patience is a virtue. Even the developers do not know when the mod will be released. We will announce the release well before, so don't worry about that.

Q: What do I need to play?
A: In addition to the requirements for regular Company of Heroes, ZombieMod requires either Opposing Fronts or Tales of Valor and the latest patch to play.

Q: What if I like other mods too? Can I have more than one mod installed?
A: Of course, it's easy to have several mods for Company of Heroes ready to go.

Q: Can you add another faction to the game?
A: As of right now, we have no plans on adding additional factions to the mod.

Q: Can I use content from the mod in my mod?
A: With permission from the development team and only after the mod is released to the public.

Q: Sounds cool, is there any way I can help?
A: As of right now, we require dedicated MAPPERS, TEXTURERS, and 3D MODELLERS. Later on we will require translators and beta testers.



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Dearest Fans!

It has been a long time since I have posted an update, and for that I am sorry. Unfortunately, the whole process of settling into real life has been a bit drawn out and slow, and I'm only now getting some time to resume modding. It's a pain, and I'm sorry that I've made all of you wait, but I hope that you understand.

I have a relatively nice update for you today that touches on many aspects of the mod. Some of it is very exciting (in my opinion), while other parts are more conceptual or infrastructural, so they may not be that great. Anyway, without further ado, let's get into it:

Infrastructural/Behind the Scenes:

The first part of this update concerns some infrastructural work we have been doing in order to make ZM development and the mod itself a bit better. The biggest area in this respect is work that VanAdrien has been doing with the UserInterface and optimization. Those of you who are familiar with his work will note his attention to detail and high quality work, but you may not be aware of his work in optimizing Company of Heroes, making it more powerful and more lightweight. This will allow ZM to be a smaller mod without sacrificing any playability!

Another key part of VanAdrien's work is on cleaning out the mod. Currently, the mod is at 6.5 GB, of which approximately half is bloat, obsolete coding, or otherwise inefficient design. We expect the mod to release at a significantly smaller size than this, and VanAdrien's work is key to this.

Lastly, we are making plans for a new website and internal subversion network, with which we can speed up development. This will allow us to have a repository copy of the mod which will be centralized, allowing everyone to contribute to development at the same time!

For the record, the team currently includes myself, Odysseus and VanAdrien, with occasional support from Aidas2, SirPsycho, TheSoldier, and a few others.

UserInterface and User Experience:

The next part of this update concerns some exciting work which you, the users, will interact with every time you play this mod. This is, of course, is the UserInterface, or UI, and the other experience components we are working on. VanAdrien is doing some amazing work as part of his optimization project in which he is creating a new UserInterface for the mod. It is a bit too early to show it ingame, but you can expect to see this very soon.

Another exciting piece of work coming from VanAdrien is a totally original soundtrack for the mod. More information will follow in upcoming updates!

Digital Art:

We have some exciting new models to show you this update, with some of them having huge significance to our development and to the CoH community, so without further ado, let's get to some goodies:

The first model to show off will be made available to Survivor players using the International Doctrine: the Mi-8 Hip. One of the most popular helicopters employed by the United Nations, the Mi-8 is used in ZombieMod as part of a resupply and reinforcement ability. This ability allows you to remove squads from the battlefield and receive their resource cost in return, allowing you to exchange squads at critical moments in the battle. However, beware, as the helicopter does not come with armament, and is vulnerable while it is waiting for passengers!

The next model to show off is the rebirth of the Battlebus, one of the staples of the Survivor's Civil Empowerment doctrine. This behemoth is meant to show the ingenuity and resourcefulness of the survivors, combining a school bus with excavator treads and a turret armed with anti-tank missiles. This combination allows survivors to transport squads to the front line and to deal hard blows to hardened enemies, buildings, or vehicles.

Of course, we have also been continuing work on small arms to fill out the roster. TheSoldier has been generous to work on military weaponry for us, while I have been working on civilian armaments. Be sure to check out the image section for more renders!

Finally, the part that you all have been waiting for (although you might not have known it yourselves): the first totally custom infantry model in ZombieMod. This represents a large leap forwards in our capabilities, as this shows that we are capable of creating character models which are purpose built for our mod, lower poly than the original models, and are more customizable. Furthermore, we will be able to randomize survivor models, leading to the impression of totally unique squads. More information on this is to come.

Maps, Balance, and Faction Concepts:

The last component of this update concerns some more gameplay related aspects of the development. We want ZombieMod to be a casually competitive game, with a great faction interplay like the original Company of Heroes' Americans and Wehrmacht had. It is important to us that both compstompers and competitive players find something to love when playing our mod. For this reason, we have been vigorously refining our concepts, and have been working on developing a unique interplay between the Survivors and the Bandits. We have been working on implementing unique faction abilities, units and concepts which allow for diverse gameplay options, but are not too gimmicky or absurd so as to impact competitive play. To further this effort, we have temporarily halted development on the Zombies, because we want to ensure that the Survivors and the Bandits are as refined as possible before adding to the chaos. Furthermore, this allows us time to work on our character modelling and animation skills, so that we no longer have to use the default "unarmed" animation from vCoH.

An other important development is that we have also made selections for the original maps which will be in the first release of the mod. We chose some of the most popular and best used Company of Heroes maps, to supplement the list of custom maps we hope to have on release, as this will allow players to smoothly transition into the ZombieMod gameplay without being confused about map choices. We will provide more information on which maps we have chosen, and how we are converting them to fit the mod, in a later update.

I hope that you have enjoyed this update, and look forward to putting out more in the very near future! We hope to see you in the wasteland soon!

- BDNY on behalf of the ZM team

We're Making Progress!

We're Making Progress!

News 16 comments

Despite the radio silence, the mod progresses! Here's some more info!

Back to Work!

Back to Work!

News 12 comments

I have returned from vacation, and will resume work shortly!

Merry Christmas 2016

Merry Christmas 2016

News 9 comments

Yes, it's belated. No, there's no gifts. But I still want to wish you the best.

Mod of the Year 2015

Mod of the Year 2015

News 8 comments

It's that time of year again! Let's get to the voting!

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ParaMoto910
ParaMoto910

I need it

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SpanOddity
SpanOddity

Oh wow... Its been ages for sure. Had to make a new account because i forgot about the old one... Actually got some Dev responses back in the day. Man what a shame to see this end up dead like all the other great CoH1 mods... CoH2 has some great ones. Great ideas. But the restrictions on adding models just suck. Wish CoH1 modding would make a comeback sometime...

Id be right here for it.

EDIT: I found my old comments <3 aw man... Back when i called myself "The Spanish Inquisition"

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skapunker
skapunker

after 12 years of following this,
i finally found a RTS with zombies, something i always hoped this mod would turn into, its called Cepheus Protocol
Store.steampowered.com

Though i still relish my memories i had of this mod in its early stages, when it was just ww2 units vs zombies,
Wish they just kept it simple with this mod, but instead they choose big ambitions of a total overhaul of the game to a modern era,

Looking back on the 12 years i have been visiting this page,i realiize that they leave their community hanging.

I see the modpage of their other mod Fate of Hungary, also still have nothing released. so thats 12 years of nothing to show for.

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Argeomer
Argeomer

Thank you so much!!! i tried to find something like this but i wasn't finding it :)
Have a wonderful day

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ParaMoto910
ParaMoto910

THATS BADASSS

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falkeminis1616012955
falkeminis1616012955

Fileplanet.com I found something guys. It's a little suspicious though. Can anyone comfirm if this is the mod we are all waiting for?

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Shogunsideshow
Shogunsideshow

hello, been following this page since 2019, and I was hoping you could please give us an update on the progress? it would be nice to see how its come in 4 years, anyhow, I'm exited for its release! (whenever that is)

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chitmoeag
chitmoeag

so sad this mod is dead

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Kingjosh199
Kingjosh199

Been following this mod since 2016! I understand development takes time when it isnt your day job. I hope this mod comes to life one day! It still has a lot of support from the community! Cant wait for an update eventually :)

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