Great news for zombie fans as the Game of the Year Edition of Dead Island is now available on Steam and is priced at 19.99 euros. The Zombie apocalypse returns with this content packed edition of the fan favourite.With the Dead Island Game of the Year Edition players get the chance to experience the full story behind the Banoi Zombie Outbreak.
The GOTY includes:
-Bloodbath Arena DLC
-Ryder White DLC
-Blueprint “The Ripper” Weapon
Dead Island combines first-person action with a heavy focus on melee combat, character development and customization of a vast array of weapons. All of these gameplay features are presented in a dark story inspired by classic zombie movies with a gritty and engrossing campaign that can be played with up to four players in co-op mode.
Set in an open world tropical island, hordes of different festering zombies await players around every corner while they embark on a variety of thrilling missions through the holiday resort. With firearms and ammunition being scarce the player must rely on utilizing found items as weapons for self-defense and fight off zombie hordes in intense melee combat. A diverse range of items can be collected and will later serve to transform the player’s ordinary makeshift weapons into serious instruments of destruction.
With the all-new Chrome Engine 5 powering Dead Island, the game uses the latest installment of Techland’s acclaimed proprietary game engine, allowing the player to experience the tropical island paradise in graphical splendor with diverse environments like lush forests and detailed city environments.
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