OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is a four player co-op action FPS, where you fight the dead as well as the living. Set in The Walking Dead Universe, you and your group try to survive in a post-apocalyptic Washington D.C.
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6 Nov, 2018

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12 November

Update 1.0.5 Patch Notes


A new week a new patch! We hope you all had a good weekend laying waste to your enemies and all that. On our end, we keep working on the issues you are reporting, and preparing the first Episode for Season 2 at the end of the month. Also, we are amazed to see that on Sunday we were up to 14,375 concurrent players, amazing!

Patch Size: 126.3 MB

  • Fixed an issue where players who join a friend to play “Home Sweet Home” without the quest are incorrectly given access to Reina
  • Fixed an issue on “Last Stop” causing walkers to try attacking the hosts in spectator mode, often leading to a crash
  • Fixed an issue where clients joining mid-game on “Last Stop” wouldn’t be able to access one of the alternate paths that can open up randomly in the level
  • Fixed an issue with respawn locations for solo players when preparing to extract from a Founder’s Square Expedition level
  • Fixed an issue where players would see already open gates as closed for a split second when they joined a game in progress on “The First Shot”

  • Fixed an issue where human enemies would stop acting properly if spotting a dead ally and a player at the same time
  • Fixed an issue where the human AI would miscalculate their accuracy if the host had low FPS, causing them to have better accuracy than intended

  • Fixed crash that can occur if clients with high packet loss fire their weapons very soon after spawning
  • Fixed an issue causing players to wrongly see the extraction marker before items are secured

  • Fixed an issue where clients would get downed but still appear as alive to other players
  • Fixed an issue where the Horde-o-meter would start filling before the players loaded into the Weekly Mission
  • Fixed an issue which caused players to wrongly see a downed player as standing while in downed state

  • Added extra security checks, protecting save games against corruption
  • Added a popup to clients if a mission was finished while they were loading mid-game
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes the “teleportation” countdown would start at 00:00 instead of 00:04
  • Fixed an issue with damage numbers not displaying properly when comparing two weapons of the same type and different power levels

If the patch doesn't start downloading automatically, please restart Steam to force a refresh.

Aside from regular bug fixes reported by you, and new content, we’re also working on making the installation process for updates faster and more smooth. You can expect this change together with the “No Sanctuary” Episode, at the end of the month.

Avoid those bear traps and keep hydrated,
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9 November

Update 1.0.4 Patch Notes


We've got another round of fixes and improvements for you today, please keep your suggestions and reports coming, we'll keep fixing!

Patch Size: 132.2 MB

  • Fixed an issue that could cause the host to crash when interacting with the second generator on "Last Stop"
  • Fixed an issue where players could sometimes move the forklift before all puzzle parts were fully assembled in "Hell or High Water"
  • Fixed an issue where the survivors in "Anderson Camp" were not always matching the numbers in your Survivors UI
  • Updated survivor spawn fidelity in the second survivor camp
  • Fixed a collision issue causing shots and melee strikes to hit an invisible obstacle near the elevator door in "Listening In"
  • Fixed an issue causing players to be unable to open the crafting menu while performing certain actions
  • Fixed the FOV slider displaying "0" after being reset to default
  • Fixed the displayed recommended combat rating in some levels, to reflect proper difficulty scaling
  • Fixed an issue causing Walkers to sometimes spawn in the air when ping is low
  • Small adjustment to Walker pathfinding to ensure better movement flow
  • Fixed an issue where players could get stuck in the grapple animation
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the player to get stuck during the vaulting animation
  • Made abilities usable while in air/jumping
  • Blocked player movement and action during the loading screen, preventing players from running into trouble before seeing their character
Save Game
  • Fixed an issue causing backup save data not to be loaded if the primary save got corrupted

Good luck on the streets of Washington D.C.!

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Digital Deluxe Edition

The Deluxe Edition of OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is for all true survivors and fighters in the desolate city of Washington D.C. It’s dangerous out there, so make sure you load your backpack with all the extra gear you can get, before you venture out onto the streets of Washington D.C.

About This Game

OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is an action-filled four-player co-op multiplayer first-person shooter set in Washington, D.C. after an outbreak brought the dead back to life. In this test of skill, strategy and teamwork players will band together with up to three friends on a variety of missions, securing supplies as well as survivors to strengthen their camp against the threat of both the dead and the living - by any means necessary.

A New Story Within the World of The Walking Dead. In OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead, players are introduced to Aidan, Maya, Grant and Heather; four people brought together by necessity and the willingness to do whatever it takes to stay alive in a post-apocalyptic world. Inspired by the rich story universe of Robert Kirkman’s original graphic novels, OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead sheds light on some of the events that take place in Washington D.C.

Welcome to the Wasteland of Washington D.C. Explore the capital after the outbreak, and discover what happened. Journey through the districts of the desolate city, and search lost neighborhoods such as Georgetown for loot, supplies and other survivors. Tread lightly, as any noise can be heard by both the dead and the living, and any mistake runs the risk of attracting a horde of walkers.

Improvise, Adapt, Overcome. In a world where everything has stopped working, players will have to make do with what they find. The post-apocalyptic world of The Walking Dead is a harsh place to live in, let alone find things that work. As players loot the city for supplies, they will come to understand that weapons and ammunition are scarce and their condition vary. If not maintained, guns will jam as you pull the trigger, silencers will break, and old sights will challenge your skills as you take aim.

Home Is Where Your Camp Is. You won’t always have to go looking for trouble, it will also find you. Defend your camp against roaming hordes of walkers when they lock on to your camp. Strengthen your defenses, and take on waves of walkers while keeping the other camp members safe.

Think. Fight. Live. Each playable character comes with a unique skill tree, squad role, play style and background story. They all share a common objective, where survival and teamwork is paramount. The action is up-close and intense: take out enemies carefully with silent melee attacks, or go in guns blazing. You need to be able to improvise, as nothing is certain and a horde of walkers will always be right around the corner.

The Story Continues. Development on OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead will continue after release, offering players new storylines to experience, new places to explore, new weapons to use, and much more. The post-launch campaign is built around OVERKILL Software’s philosophy of constantly evolving a game together with the community.

Powered by Unreal Technology. Capturing the dark and moody universe of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead in stunning detail, the Unreal Engine offers players the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in a highly-detailed rendition of The Walking Dead universe. Experience hundreds of horrifying walkers on-screen in a way that will get your heart pounding.

From The Makers of PAYDAY. OVERKILL’s The Walking Dead is made by OVERKILL Software, the developers of PAYDAY: The Heist and PAYDAY 2. OVERKILL is a blend of industry veterans, freshly graduated specialists and great partners. Our passion is to create kick-ass cooperative action games together with our community. We set our own deadlines, production rules and design our own pipeline – a truly inspired gameplay machine. We live and die by our gameplay.

Mature Content Description

The developers describe the content like this:

Blood and Gore
Intense Violence
Strong Language

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit version)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4460
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX 750 Ti
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 60 GB available space
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 10 (64-bit version)
    • Processor: Intel Core i7-4770K
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 1060 or better
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 60 GB available space

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