The latest THE WALKING DEAD: SURVIVORS mobile game Pre-registration in Google Play & iOS App Store starts NOW! Compete and cooperate with millions of players to survive!
Officially licensed by Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment and developed by world renowned game studio, ELEX: The Walking Dead: Survivors is the ultimate survival strategy game for Android and iOS that will test your wit and mettle in an immersive experience based on the expansive world of the comics.
Take charge of your group of survivors as you explore, scavenge, and fight your way across a ravaged American landscape; scour the radio waves searching for other survivors to join you, and perhaps even cross paths with iconic Walking Dead heroes like Rick, Michonne, and Glenn.
Build a refuge and mount your defenses, but beware! The droves of bloodthirsty walkers aren’t your only enemy – be prepared to fight the living as well as the dead! Square off against other survivor groups who are desperate for supplies, or maybe just looking to bolster their own reserves with yours…
Do you have what it takes to be a leader in the chilling, post-apocalyptic world of The Walking Dead? Every action you take may be met with grim consequences… Expect to be faced with gruesome choices that mean life and death for you and your survivors; and in a world where cold-bloodedness is king and the ruthless run wild- What will you choose? Your humanity or your survival?
Strategize your way to survival and prepare yourself for the macabre – There are no easy calls in The Walking Dead, and no time to hesitate!
1. Explore the Unknown
– Send out survivors to explore dangerous regions and scavenge for anything that could improve your group’s chances to survive.
2. Battle the Undead
– Clear your camp and maintain vigilance against Walkers roaming your way.
– Secure and reclaim territory to give your community more room to thrive.
3. Search for Survivors
– Use a radio to find and recruit other survivors across the wasteland.
– Safety in numbers! Each survivor brings their own skills and personality to the table.
4. Encounter Classic Characters from the Comics
– Interact with Rick, Glenn, Michonne, and other beloved characters to fend off Walker threats.
5. Fortify your Sanctuary
– Put your survivors’ skills to use in building up a camp that will be the envy of the wasteland, for better or for worse…
6. Tactics and Strategy
– Other survivors can sometimes be a bigger threat than the Walkers themselves: choose your friends carefully and keep a close eye on neighboring communities.
– Sometimes a good offense is a good defense. Strike first at your would-be rivals before they ever become a threat!
7. Establish a Clan
– Cooperate with players around the world using built-in translation tools.
– Give and receive all kinds of help through a full suite of Clan features.
– Customize your Clan with a hands-on management system.
– Expand Clan territory and become a force to be reckoned with.
In a world torn apart by monsters, survival can sometimes mean becoming a monster yourself. Can you rise to the occasion and lead your team to safety… without relinquishing your humanity?
The answer is in The Walking Dead: Survivors! Pre-register now!
hello everyone, I am a long time Walking Dead fan and I want to share with everyone a story of how I got screwed over by Skybound. Over 2 years ago a game called Overkill’s Walking Dead. The game preformed badly and Skybound pulled the licence from that developer. I dont hold it against them that they did. But me, as well as thousands of other TWD fans bought that game and pre-paid for Season 2 content. And when Skybound pulled the licence, they didnt allow the Season 2 content to be released to people who paid money for it. We havent been offered a refund, and what is more, developer stated that they finished and completed Season 2 content. But the fact is, they cannot release it to people who paid for it cause of Skybound. Skybound that has fallen to deaf ear about this, despite numerous people calling to them about this isssue. Now we dont want them to give the licence back, we dont want them to allow the sale again. NO, we dont want that. We only want that the content we ALREADY PAID for was released to US, people that paid for it, people that bought it and have every right to demand it. I hope Skybound will finaly contact Starbreeze and allow them to release the content to people who paid for it and we can finaly get some justice. As a fellow human being, please try to understand, even if this situation dosent concern you becasue you didnt buy that product, that a fellow fans, a fellow human beings are treated this horribly by Skybound as company. All they have to do is give premission for a content people bought to be delivered to them. It is THAT SIMPLE, and yet they cannot be bothered to do so…
I played Overkill’s The Walking Dead post cancellation and it was actually really good in my opinion. It was buggy at launch but got a lot better in just two months. Now it’s short of the promised content. By keeping it like this you just have the spite of all of the game’s buyers of an incomplete product, and its not at Overkill, you’re the ones that don’t allow it to get completed.
Give Overkill back the rights to The Walking Dead. It was a fun game, just a buggy launch that could of easily been fixed in a couple updates.
I paid for two full seasons of content with Overkills The Walking Dead, but Skybound pulled the IP and now I’m not allowed to get the rest of the content that Overkill has finished. Please revoke this IP pull so you don’t screw over Walking Dead gaming customers! I only bought that game because it had Walking Dead in the name!!!
This game is crashing too much , every 30 seconds I play the game it crashes and it’s preventing me from enjoying the game
Hmm I pre registered played for a bit don’t seem to have the Epic Rick unlocked
I don’t see mine either
when it will Realase in Middle east ?
i dont have it in IOS
please replay ?
Just like many others have mentioned, Overkill’s The Walking Dead was a game released in November 2018 to mixed reception, and Skybound decided they didn’t want to deal with working together with Starbreeze Studios to improve on the game, so they terminated their contract and revoked their license to release content for the game. On release, tens of thousands purchased the game for 60, or even some the 80 dollar Deluxe edition (that included Robert Kirkman showing gratitude towards the fans for their purchase) just to get support for the game cut just under 4 months. The game launched with a whole Season 1, which was 10 episodes and is condidered “the base game”, over the span of 10 months Season 2 would have released with 9 episodes every month, out of 6 episodes never saw the light of day because Skybound wouldn’t let Starbreeze to release this content. Even after the license termination the developer team worked hard on making the remaining episodes of 4-9, which included many new missions, playable characters, weapons, enemies , and all around quality or life improvements. We humbly ask Skybound Entertaintment to change their minds, and let their customers have the product they paid for.
Hey Skybound, just want to remind you that you owe me 6 episodes of Overkill’s the Walking Dead. You know, the ones I paid for, but never got to play, because you screwed me over.