Madfinger Games announces the official release date for Dead Trigger 2, coming October 23rd

Last week Madfinger Games announced that they would be revealing the official release date for their upcoming Dead Trigger 2 title during the Tokyo Game Show this year. Well the show begins tomorrow so they have decided to announce the official release date today which is October 23rd, 2013.

This is the official sequel to their popular first-person zombie survival game Dead Trigger. This new sequel expands greatly on just about everything that the original had and then some. This includes new areas, better visuals, big huge bosses to kill and a new mechanic where even though you’re doing single-players content, everyone has to work together with everyone else for the greater good of humanity and its survival.

Additional Dead Trigger 2 details:

– New NPCs who will accompany you during the game and a new Hide-out concept, two new features that will help you to enjoy the game even more.
– Enhanced graphic effects. You’ll be amazed at the Realistic Water Reflections, Dynamic Shadows, Dynamic Light Projectors and Dynamic Grass. DEAD TRIGGER 2 graphics also include Per-pixel Lighting and Advanced Ragdoll Physics.
– New locations. Join the global resistance, visit different locations and fight against local zombies in Shanghai, London or in the middle of the desert far away in Africa.
– A real time and never-ending story that will be affected by the behavior of every single player. Take part in the global Resistance and together with millions of other players, fight for a better world.
– Sinister new boss AI that promises to completely change gameplay. This means no more repetitive gameplay for you!
– A free to play game with no premium content or premium weapons. Everything is available to everyone! Find blueprints and build up new weapons and gadgets.
– Multi-platforms with one account. Dead Trigger 2 will be released for iOS and Android, as well as on Steam, Mac and Facebook.

When Dead Trigger 2 is released it will be free-to-play. While there will be optional IAPs available, if you don’t want to spend any real money then you don’t have to as the game is playable right through without dropping a dime.

Developer Website: Madfinger Games

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