Well, we saw that coming. The latest press releases of The Walking Dead: Survival Instict did not include the PC platform and naturally, we began wondering whether Activision has secretly cancelled the PC version of it. And here we are today with a confirmation from Activision’s Greek distributor. According to I.G.E, The Walking Dead: Survival Instict PC is cancelled.
“Activision has announce that the PC version of The Walking Dead: Survival Instict is being cancelled. However, the game will be coming to PS3, XBOX 360 and WII U.”
We don’t know whether we should be happy with this news or not. The Walking Dead: Survival Instict looked mediocre and nowhere as good as we’d hoped to. Therefore, the cancellation of the PC version does not sadden us. It’s strange though that the PC version, a version that was initially announced for release, has been cancelled all of a sudden.
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct is said to be a do-whatever-you-need-to-survive first-person action game that brings the deep, character-driven world of AMC’s Emmy Award-winning TV series onto console gaming systems. The game follows the mysterious, crossbow-wielding survivor Daryl Dixon, brought to life by TV series star Norman Reedus, alongside his overbearing brother Merle, voiced by Michael Rooker, on a haunting, unforgiving journey across the Georgia countryside. Players will need to tread carefully on this desperate quest, scrounging for food, water, and ammunition to survive against nightmares both living and undead.
And here is what PC gamers will be missing out on!
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