The Walking Dead: March to War sends its zombies to mobile devices this summer

The Walking Dead: March to War is a zombie-themed game that will make its debut on Android and iOS devices later this summer. The first gameplay trailer of the game has been revealed today, along with many details that shed light on what type of game it really is.

As developers put it, The Walking Dead: March to War is a strategic multiplayer war game. No, you won't be able to play solo, as you'll have to build up your army and fight alongside other friends against other communities (probably guilds) formed by other players.

If you're a fan of the comics, then you'll want to know The Walking Dead: March to War takes place before Volume 20 of the comics, “All Out War.” Without revealing too much of the story, developers have said that players will have fight a massive wave of walkers that has just arrived in the Washington, DC area.

The Walking Dead: March to War is much different than other games in the same vein in the fact that instead of training generic troops, your army will comprise of individual people (heroes), each with their name, portrait, and skillset.

So, the game will require players to build up their bases, recruit and train new survivors, and unlock council members. The developers also recommend that you join a Community as quickly as possible, which will offer you some protection from other players.

Also, since this is mainly a multiplayer game, let's see how PvP works in The Walking Dead: March to War, as explained by developer Disruptor Beam.

There are many other gameplay features that you'll be taking advantage of while playing the game, so make sure to hit the source link for more details on upcoming The Walking Dead: March to War.


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