The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land Brings Daryl Dixon to iOS Gaming
Just in time for the start of season 6, you and Daryl Dixon will go zombie hunting in The Walking Dead: No Man's Land.
The Finnish studio Next Games and AMC have unveiled a new mobile game based on the immensely popular hit TV series, The Walking Dead. In The Walking Dead: No Man's Land, you'll get trained by Daryl Dixon (voiced by Norman Reedus himself) and learn how to survive the undead apocalypse. You'll have to take on walkers, save those who can't fend for themselves and revisit famous areas from the TV series, including Terminus and the Prison. This mobile game is all about strategy when it comes to choosing the right weapons, skills and teammates to survive missions.
“The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land is devotedly crafted for The Walking Dead fans. We are very excited about the momentous opportunity to bring one of the most adored TV shows into the mobile realm in collaboration with our partner AMC, the creators of the TV series,” said Teemu Huuhtanen, CEO at Next Games. “We combine IP, TV show talent and join forces with AMC in a never-seen-before way. This game is a big first step in Next Games’ strategy to become the premier partner for TV networks, movie studios and beyond who aspire to work with a veteran game studio in extending their IP into mobile games.”
“The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land has the thrill of hand-to-hand walker combat, but players also get the opportunity to solve strategic puzzles, build their own survival refuge and develop their group,” said Mac McKean, senior vice president of digital media for AMC and SundanceTV. “It’s a beautifully rendered, thoughtful and engaging mobile game, and we’re so pleased with what our partners at Next Games have created. We’re looking forward to giving fans an exciting new way to engage with the world of The Walking Dead.”
The Walking Dead: No Man's Land is expected to launch on the iOS format on the same day as the season six premiere of the popular AMC TV series, which begins on Oct. 11. Unfortunately, there's no word yet if this game will be hitting the Android format.
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