It looks like Dead Island’s new DLC will be out later this month. That’s good news for all of your zombie killing needs, tendencies, and obsessions!
Details after the break!
Dead Island’s gone through a lot of things throughout it’s first week of release but, one things for sure, all this controversy has created a lot of buzz over the game.
The ‘Bloodbath Arena’ DLC will be available later this month. The DLC will contain four new maps and all XP and cash earned from those maps will be carried over to the main game. Originally a free pre-order bonus, everyone else will have to pay 10$ to kill zombies on different maps.
Hopefully for Techland this DLC creates some more interest in the game.
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