Dead Effect 2 Now Available On Mobile

Published: November 3, 2015 4:49 PM /


Dead Effect 2

The sequel to horror FPS Dead Effect from BadFly Interactive is now available on iOS and Android devices. Called Dead Effect 2, the game is being released only a little behind schedule from what was announced at E3. The game will pick up right where the first game left off on the ESS Meridian.

Much like with the original Dead Effect, the game is being released on mobile platforms first and PC later. The PC and Mac release of Dead Effect 2 is expected to be in 2016. Boasting AAA graphics and gameplay on mobile devices, Dead Effect 2 is a stand out title on the mobile market.

In Dead Effect 2, players will follow a trio of characters as they try and unravel the storyline. Something is attempting to enslave the player's mind, and it's up to you to discover what it is and how to put an end to it.

Hardcore arcade FPS gameplay is combined with RPG elements in Dead Effect 2 to create an enticing experience. Players will train and improve their roster of characters. Weapons can also be collected and upgraded as well as powerful body implants.

Dead Effect 2
BadFly Interactive

Players will battle monsters lurking around every corner in Dead Effect 2. The game offers over 40 weapons and over 100 upgradable items to help players survive the hordes of enemies. There is full controller support for the game and a list of achievements to conquer.

The campaign based gameplay of Dead Effect 2 includes more than 20 hours of content. There is also special-ops content that adds over 10 hours of FPS fun to the game. BadFly Interactive has worked to make Dead Effect 2 bigger and better than it's predecessor.

Dead Effect 2 is available for iOS and Android. It will be released for PC and Mac at a later date in 2016. Download Dead Effect 2 for your mobile device for free and start shooting some zombies!

Dead Effect 2
BadFly Interactive

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