Some of you may have played Dead Alliance when it was in Early Access on PC when it was known under a different name, Moving Hazard. The game was a PvP competitive shooter with zombies. What made this game pretty interesting though was that it wasn’t just another zombie shooter. Using tech,, you could actually take control of zombies to attack your enemies.
Developed by Psyop Games and IllFonic, Dead Alliance raises the stakes of competitive shooters with the advent of zMods, zombie-controlling tech that can be used to strategically strike, swarm, flank, block, distract and surprise opponents in the heat of battle. The game is set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where teams of warring military factions fight for control of humanity’s last resources. At launch, Dead Alliance will feature a variety of single-player and 4v4 multiplayer modes, including Team Deathmatch, Attrition, King of the Hill, Capture and Hold, Free for All and Solo Survival.
The Early Access for me was meh because at the time, my computer just didn’t do a great job of playing it. Hopefully I’ll have a much better experience with the PS4 version which players can now test out the open beta today up to July 31st.
Dead Alliance is expected to officially release on the PlayStation®4 system, Xbox One and Windows PC on Aug. 29. The game’s Day One Edition, available to preorder now for $39.99 at major retailers and online, contains three bonus early-access loadouts featuring unique multiplayer weapons and perks.