There’s now a less expensive model of Overkill’s The Walking Dead for these not keen to pay the total $60.
Following disappointing sales for Overkill’s The Walking Dead, Starbreeze has launched a $30 Starter Edition of the game, obtainable now on Steam.
The starter version contains all season one content material, however notably not season two. Seasons are made up of missions that act as episodes, with the primary episode of season two having simply gone stay.
“One of the most active topics of conversation since launch has been the price,” wrote developer Overkill. “Having read your comments and thoughts about how best to move forward, we’re introducing the Starter Edition.”
Starter Edition homeowners should buy season two episodes (which typically embody new characters, and weapons) individually, however costs will differ relying on every episode’s measurement.
This successfully implies that all content material the game launched with is included within the Starter Edition. More apparently, gamers with entry to season two content material will have the ability to invite associates who personal the Starter Edition to play season two missions.
The cheaper model fortunately doesn’t include any stage caps or content material/development restrictions exterior of that, so any stability or mechanical modifications in future patches can be obtainable to all gamers concurrently.
I’ve been tremendously having fun with my time with the game, but it surely helps to have a gaggle of associates to play with. You can learn my impressions on the hyperlink, or try our evaluation above.
Overkill’s The Walking Dead is accessible on Steam. PS4, and Xbox One variations are deliberate, due for launch February 6.