The Walking Dead: No Man's Land update adds improved Outposts, loads of new features


The Walking Dead game, not the one developed by Telltale Games, but the turn-based strategy game made by Next Games, has just received an important update that brings lots of new gameplay features.

For some players, these new features might change the way they play the game, so here are the main highlights of the update. Let's start with the most important: improved Outposts.

With improved Outposts, players will benefit from faster raids in the the PvP. Also, you can now use all the Trade Goods that you earn in the renewed Trade Goods Shop.

Aside from the improvements to the Outposts feature, the developers also added some interesting new features like free daily radio calls, new Challenge rewards (players can now receive Phones as guild rewards).

The Walking Dead: No Man's Land now features a new walker type that players will have to face, Exploders. It's pretty obvious what they do, they explode, so you better kill them from afar to avoid any collateral damage.

The developers also implemented a new Grenadier challenge and, as mentioned earlier, improved the Trade Goods Shop.

Some bug fixes have been included in the update as well, so expect the the challenge leaderboard issues and the amount of radio phones updates in the camp when receiving them as a reward or from a crate to be fixed now.

Keep in mind that if you don't have The Walking Dead: No Man's Land installed yet, you will need Wi-Fi to download it. Also, make sure that you check the requirements needed to run smoothly on your phone/tablet.

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