E3 2018: Overkill's The Walking Dead Release Date Announced

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Tonight during the PC Gaming Show at E3 2018, Overkill's The Walking Dead finally got a trailer announcing a release date of November 6th for North and South America, and November 8th for Europe and the rest of the world. More information on all of the above can be found on the game's official site. Pre-orders for the game will go live on June 12. Pre-orders for the physical steel book deluxe edition will also include four collector cards illustrated by comic book artist Dan Panosian. November 6 for the United States and November 8 for the rest of the world. Such is a common theme of The Walking Dead franchise, that those who survive the zombie apocalypse can be just as unsafe as the ones who did not. After multiple CG trailers and a lot of anticipation building, Overkill Software (who you may recognise as the developers of the Payday franchise) has let loose on some pure gameplay footage for it's upcoming shooter based in The Walking Dead universe. Use stealth to evade enemies tactically, or dismember walkers limb from limb with brute force and firepower. Each one of the four main characters that's been revealed so far - you can see all of their character stories below - were all shown in the trailer as well, each one being one of the pickable characters in the four-player co-op game.

Watch the gameplay reveal trailer below.

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