The Victory Truck starts off with about 0–5 Tires on the truck.

Depending on how many there are initially, survivors have to find 7–12 scattered about within Kingstreet. Once a totalling number of 12 Tires are found and placed, the Truck automatically makes its way into a large tunnel seen in the back of the map.

To win, survivors have to chase the truck, open the back doors, get in and wait for everyone else. You can also sit in the cabin to (mostly) guarantee survival. Zombies can still get into the front and back of the truck, which allows them to kill any remaining survivors in the truck.


  • You can stand on the truck when it enters the tunnel and it would also count as a win.
    • Being deep enough inside the tunnel will also count as a win.
  • Tires will normally be scattered across the bridge in the town.
    • Very rarely though, a tire may spawn inside the garage.
  • Zombies cannot open the truck door so it may seem on face value that the inside of the Truck is a suitable place to camp.
    • However, Brutes can easily smash you will inside the Truck.
    • Swarmers can also easily sting you through the Truck too.


  • The Victory Truck was the first player-driven vehicle in the game.
    • It then changed to be NPC-driven vehicle like the Helicopter.
  • There used to be seats in the trailer and jacks to hold the truck up.
  • During the Christmas Event 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 the trailer was coloured red.
  • The truck is a free model. You can find the model here.
    • Differences include trailer colour, decals and a modified grill.
  • The Victory Truck appears on S.S. Boliviar as a cameo.
    • It is suggested that the events of Kingstreet occur before S.S. Boliviar.
    • However, the variant on the ship is different.
      • The trailer is a lighter purple than the former truck was.
      • It reads "Awakening" instead of "Victory".
      • An Ammo Station can also be found inside of the truck.
  • The steering wheel of the Victory Truck is on the right hand side of the HUD, which means that the events of 1930's Kingstreet and S.S. Boliviar must be set in Ireland or Britain, based on the western look of the maps.
    • However, the number plate on the S.S. Boliviar variant of the Truck suggests that it is from America, which doesn't make sense in the context of the Truck.

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