CEO Klemens Kundratitz of Dead Island, Saints Row, and Metro 2033 publisher Deep Silver teases a major announcement from the company for E3 2016 later this year.
Deep Silver parent company Koch Media announces that development on the troubled Dead Island 2 will be completed by LittleBigPlanet 3 developer Sumo Digital.
Thanks to one YouTuber’s diligent work, fans are given a look at Dead Island: Definitive Collection with a video comparing its updated graphics to the old title.
The Australian Classification Board rates the unannounced Dead Island: Retro Revenge, hinting at the possibility that a new Dead Island game is in development.
Now that Yager is no longer working on Dead Island 2, the studio’s managing director, Timo Ullmann, discusses how being removed from the project affects the company.
According to a listing by a South African retailer, Deep Silver and Koch Media are working on a Dead Island remaster for release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Deep Silver parts ways with development studio Yager, pulling them off of Dead Island 2, and throwing the much anticipated zombie game’s status into question.
2015’s other first person open world zombie game will take the year off, as Yager Development needs more time to make sure that ‘Dead Island 2’ delivers on the franchise’s huge potential.
With the lack of recent information from Deep Silver about their upcoming zombie survival game, ‘Dead Island 2’, rumors of the game’s delay to fall 2015 are not that surprising.
Deep Silver releases a new gameplay trailer for 2015’s ‘Dead Island 2’, promising sunshine and slaughter in California.
Revealed by Sony with a teaser trailer, ‘Dead Island 2’ takes a cue from the likes of ‘Dead Rising 3’ and ‘Saints Row’ by presenting a lighter tone.
Deep Silver creative director, Guido Eickmeyer, teases the future of the ‘Dead Island’ game series – indicating that a ‘Dead Island 3’ announcement might not be far away.
Read our ‘Dead Island: Riptide’ review to find out if the first person zombie survival conceit can withstand what is ostensibly a discounted expansion pack.
Deep Silver has announced two separate limited edition bundles for ‘Dead Island: Riptide,’ one of which prompted a quick apology from the publisher.
After building excitement with a heart-wrenching announcement trailer, the team behind ‘Dead Island’ is back to try it again. Check out ‘Dead Island: Riptide’s new cinematic trailer now.
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Deep Silver has clarified that the recently announced ‘Dead Island: Riptide’ is a brand new game, despite its comparatively low $49.99 price point.