Dead Island 2: Watch the Gameplay Trailer

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If you want another game where you have to shoot, eviscerate, slay, and obliterate zombies in all sorts of gruesome ways, you must keep in mind that Dead Island 2 is coming out in a few months for PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, and Windows PC.

Dead Island 2 is clearly not for those who like sleeping with their teddy bears. Now seriously, DON’T look even at the trailer if you’re not used to seeing a lot of blood in video games! The upcoming title puts the player in the shoes of a guy who has to wander around various parts of Los Angeles that are crawling with zombies.

Launch date: February 3, 2023

Dead Island 2 is launching next year on February 3 and will feature six playable characters. One of them is Jacob. Surely, these characters cannot afford to not do their best in dealing with those zombies the hard way.

The gameplay trailer is out, and here you have it:

Here’s a part of the video’s description:

HELL-A is waiting to welcome you, survive the infected – by any means necessary. Hack, punch, shoot and eviscerate your way through a gore-drenched Los Angeles, use your deadly force at will and earn your stripes as a zombie Slayer on February 3 2023.

The proof is in the (pretty disgusting) pudding in this awesome footage taken from gameplay that Dead Island 2 is here to deliver you the ultimate zombie slaying experience.

Sure, many would say that there are already tons of other shooters out there where you have to shoot zombies and that there was no need for another one. But although maybe it’s true, we can’t remember another game of the kind that sets the action in Los Angeles.

Will you have the courage to play Dead Island 2 when it comes out?

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