Deep Silver has opened up the beta registration for Dead Island: Epidemic. Players can now sign up for a chance to try out Dead Island's unexpected foray into the multiplayer online battle arena genre.
Deep Silver announced today that the Dead Island series is heading in a new direction. Dead Island: Epidemic, the third game in the zombie series, will be a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena exclusively for the PC.
Humble Bundles aren't just for indie companies anymore. Deep Silver is now selling several of their games, including the past two Saints Row titles, in a new pay-whatever-you-want bundle.
The folks over at Deep Silver are very excited about their upcoming zombie shoot-a-thon, Dead Island: Riptide. So excited, in fact, that they have decided to release yet another limited edition bundle for the game, exclusive to the UK and, this time, packaged with a bloody torso statue. Classy!
Open-world Dead Island first gained notice with a very emotional CGI trailer. Publisher Deep Silver is taking the same approach with Dead Island: Riptide by releasing a similarly depressing video.
Today Deep Silver provided the first concrete details on Dead Island: Riptide, the follow-up to last fall's open-world zombie game. They've also provided a batch of screenshots showing the new undead menace.
Deep Silver plans to re-release their zombie action game Dead Island to stores this summer. The Dead Island Game of the Year Edition will be debuting on June 26th for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.
Open world zombie action game Dead Island may be getting a sequel. Producer Sebastian Reichert said in a new interview that they've given some thought to a second installment in the series.
Deep Silver announced a new downloadable content pack for Dead Island today. The latest DLC will introduce an all-new single-player campaign starring Ryder White, the Banoi Island Defense Force commander and antagonist of the main campaign.
This was another hard decision because the debut trailer category consisted of amazing debut trailers, including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Epic Games' UE3, real-time next-gen trailer called The Samaritan. However, only one created waves like no other trailer this year and that honor goes to Dead Island.
Techland's open-world zombie game Dead Island seems to have made quite a splash this fall. In the past four months, the game has shipped over three million copies worldwide.
It's been a growing trend lately in the monthly NPD numbers showing that the Wii has not only lost its strong month-to-month sales appeal but it's now in last place among the home console manufactures when it comes to moving hardware. Sony, on the other hand, has slowly started to climb the ladder to trail right behind the Xbox 360.
Techland has a new release window for Dead Island's downloadable content. The Bloodbath Arena DLC, originally expected in late September, is now set to arrive next month.
Dead Island's first downloadable content will arrive later than expected. Developer Techland says that development of the DLC has been stalled due to their work on fixing the game itself.
Due out on September 6th, Dead Island is at a stage where the final push for marketing and promotional efforts are underway and that includes a satisfyingly gory launch trailer, complete with zombie decapitations, dismemberment and lots, and lots and lots of guns.