Dead Island 2 is now available on Steam

After tons of cryouts by the fans about Dead Island 2, the game is now finally available on Steam. Previously, the game was exclusively available on the Epic Games Store.

This has been confirmed by a post on X by the developer and the official X profile, as the successor of the zombie-killing game makes an entry to Steam. But that’s not it, as a celebration the game can be purchased with a 50% discount.

Furthermore, the developer confirmed that PC crossplay is now available, which means Epic Games and Steam players may team up to beat their fears.

A deadly virus is spreading across Los Angeles, turning its inhabitants into zombies. Bitten, infected, but more than just immune, uncover the truth behind the outbreak and discover who – or what – you are. Survive, evolve and become the ultimate Zombie Slayer.

Dead Island 2 puts players in the heat of Los Angeles, where they can fight zombie hordes and experiment with some peculiar tools on their way to becoming Zombie Slayers.

Like with every other game that shifts to different digital resellers at the later stages, the developer is expected to bolster its sales for quite a bit.

So, have you tried Dead Island 2? Let us know in the comments below!

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