Dead Island: Riptide Gets An Official Release Date

Deep Silver today announced the global release of Dead Island Riptide, the next exciting title in the multi-million selling Dead Island franchise, as well as providing details for the exclusive pre-order editions of the game. So, zombie fans will get their dose in April as Dead Island Riptide is currently planned for release on April 23, 2013 in the USA and Canada, and on April 26, 2013 in the rest of the world.
Currently, there are two editions of Dead Island Riptide available for pre-order:
· Pre-order Edition: This version of Dead Island Riptide will include an exclusive pack of weapon mods that allows even more, manifold ways to dispose of the ghastly zombie hordes on Palanai island.
· Special Retailers Edition: In addition to the weapon mods this version will contain an alternate character skin not obtainable anywhere else! The Special Edition of Dead Island Riptide will only be available at selected retail partners. Details about the retail partners per territory offering the Special Edition will be announced soon. The Special Retailers Edition will also feature an alternative packshot.
Together with the release date and pre-order details, Deep Silver also revealed the packshot motif for the Pre-order Edition of Dead Island Riptide that can be viewed below.
Dead Island Riptide will be released on April 23, 2013 in the USA and Canada and on April 26, 2013 in the rest of the world for PS3, X360 and PC!

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