Deep Silver takes the first ZOMBA (Zombie Online Multiplayer Battle Arena) to the next level: Zombie and MOBA fans can now sign up for the Closed Beta of Dead Island: Epidemic on the freshly re-launched website www.playdie.net and be part of the final stages of development. Dead Island: Epidemic will pit 3 teams of players against each other in a desperate fight for survival. Dead Island: Epidemic is a Free-to-Play PC title that will feature all the trademark elements that are part of a Dead Island experience.
Signing up pays off: All newly registered players can directly join the 30,000 Alpha testers and make their first steps in Dead Island: Epidemic even before the official start of the Closed Beta. In addition to that, they will receive exclusive in-game items and rewards as the Closed Beta proceeds which they can keep afterwards.
“We received outstanding feedback from our Alpha tester and are looking very much forward to many new players who will join us and help us to make Dead Island: Epidemic the best possible ZOMBA experience”, says Isaac Parakhen, Brand Manager for Dead Island: Epidemic at Deep Silver. “Once the Closed Beta starts, we can’t wait to see players battling it out 24/7.”
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