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OVERKILL's The Walking Dead Closed Beta

Starbreeze, Skybound Entertainment, and 505 Games kick off closed beta testing of OVERKILL's The Walking Dead, the new co-op multiplayer shooter that is unrelated to the Telltale's episodic The Walking Dead series which is now undead after the shutdown of developer Telltale Games. Word is the closed beta will continue until the game is launched on November 6th, and you can preorder the game or to participate, or preorder of the Deluxe Edition and get extra keys for your buddies. They also plan a livestream later today to celebrate the news:

Closed beta access is guaranteed with PC pre-orders of OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead, available now via Steam. Players who buy the standard PC version, priced at $59.99, will receive a single closed beta invite. Those who pre-order the game’s deluxe edition – featuring the full game, the “Night Raid” cosmetic skin pack, and a digital art book and soundtrack, all for $79.99 – will receive four closed beta keys to share with friends. As a bonus, all PC pre-orders will receive the bonus OVERKILL cosmetic skin pack.

Starbreeze is also hosting a special OVERKILL’S The Walking Dead closed beta livestream today at https://www.twitch.tv/starbreeze beginning at 18:00 CEST/12:00pm ET/9:00am PT.

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2. Re: OVERKILL's The Walking Dead Closed Beta Oct 9, 2018, 15:06 ChopperDan
 
Hopefully not, this looks fun. I won't be paying tor the Beta though.  
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1. Re: OVERKILL's The Walking Dead Closed Beta Oct 9, 2018, 13:08 Cutter
 
Paid beta. Yeah that always works well. Rolleyes

This thing will launch as a total clusterfuck.
 
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