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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.
Today Dead Island publisher Deep Silver released a six-page digital comic based on the survival horror game. The comic can be read for free through Marvel's website.
Deep Silver and Techland's upcoming, open-world, action-RPG zombie-survival game, Dead Island, is nearing release but there's a few extra goodies in store for gamers such as Xbox Live Avatar accessories and some bonus items when the game is pre-ordered from Amazon.
This September, Techland will release their open-world horror game Dead Island. Your trip to the zombie-infested island of Banoi might not cost you a cent, though. Gaming Blend is giving away three copies of the PC version of Dead Island to our readers.
The latest trailer for Dead Island focuses entirely on the cooperative mechanics and how players can work together to use some tag-team moves to blast the walking dead to smithereens...or at least die trying.
Deep Silver released eight brand spanking new screenshots featuring some gruesomely grotesque zombie gore, including arms being severed, heads being curb-stomped and survivors wearing nightclub dresses opening up a can of head-splat on a horde of zombies using an M4 assault rifle. Sounds quaint, eh?
Deep Silver's Dead Island is coming to PlayStation Home. The PSN virtual space will receive various zombie-themed activities before the full game's release in September.
Deep Silver released their E3 trailer for survival horror game Dead Island today. The video, entitled "Dead Island Begins," is Part 2 to the trailer from last month.
Deep Silver announced today that a special pre-order bonus is currently available for those who want to start paying for the game now rather than later.
The official box art for the upcoming first-person survival horror game, Dead Island, has officially become available for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The box art doesn't contain any chainsaws or shotguns, but it does feature some grizzly looking zombie who look as if they aren't having much fun at the beach resort.
Deep Silver recognized the sort of tone they set by releasing the cinematic trailer and have continued on the tragic and desperate path with a brand new trailer that keeps things all direful and hopeless.
Techland and Deep Silver seem to be back on the marketing road with some brand new screenshots depicting a headshot-explosion and a snazzy shot of a baseball meeting a zombie's face at full swing.
After wowing people across the globe with a very impressive cinematic debut trailer, Dead Island has secured a distributor across multiple platforms including the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The Final Fantasy publisher, Square Enix, is the one who has picked up the tab to distribute the game.