IGN’s own Mike Mahardy has an exciting preview for the upcoming Halloween edition of The Walking Dead, and we can’t wait to see what it’s all about.
The Walking Dead is set in a post-apocalyptic world in which the undead roam free, and you are the only ones left.
You are an elite soldier who’s tasked with tracking down survivors in an attempt to stop a zombie invasion.
For a more traditional first-persons-only game, this will offer a very different experience.
This is the first in a series of updates designed to add to the already massive catalog of content available.
If you’re not familiar with what this means, we’ve broken down the mechanics and the game’s content below.
As we mentioned in our previous preview, The Walking Deadpool will be a fully-voiced story, with voice acting from characters from the comic book.
There are some other differences, too.
Instead of a pre-set set of perks, The Living Dead will feature perks from the previous game.
It’s also more limited in terms of customization, with only one set of skins, a handful of weapons, and the ability to customize your character in a variety of ways.
Finally, the game will offer both cooperative and competitive modes.
Cooperative mode will allow you to take on a zombie team, and will require you to find a way to avoid the infected and the survivors.
Survivors will have to work together to survive, and co-op will offer players the ability take on other players.
In the multiplayer, players will have the option of playing as either a single player or two players.
Co-op has been around since the first The Walking Dog, but it was introduced in the third game in 2015.
What’s the difference between this and The Walking Dogs, you ask?
Well, for one, The Walkers had a co-operative mode, but not in this game.
The Living Deadpool will also be available as a co.op-only offering, but players will only be able to play against other players in a single-player mode.
Players will also have the choice of choosing their team for the game, though it seems that there will be no real team system.
All players will be able, however, to play as two or more players, which means that the two-player co-operatively-enabled mode will be available.
We’re hoping to see more from this game in the future, so stay tuned for more details as we learn more.