Activision’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Gets an Official Title

In early July, Activision announced they would be releasing a first-person shooter based on the popular TV series “The Walking Dead.” The game is being developed by Terminal Reality (BloodRayne, Kinect Star Wars) and will focus on Daryl and Merle Dixon during the journey to Atlanta before they meet the group.

The game finally has an official title: “The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct.”

Activision says the game will be “a do-whatever-you-need-to-survive first-person action game that brings the deep, character-driven world of AMC’s Emmy Award-winning TV series onto console gaming systems and the PC in a frightening, new way. The game puts players in the role of the mysterious, crossbow-wielding survivor Daryl Dixon, alongside his overbearing brother Merle, on a haunting, unforgiving quest across the Georgia countryside to reach the supposed safety of Atlanta.”

With the statement “console gaming systems and the PC,” it’s a possibility we could see the game come to the Wii U, but neither a Wii U version or the release date for the game have been announced except for a TBA 2013 window. Rest assured, Analog Addiction will let you know as soon as we find out.


Source: EGM


When he is not intensely watching new episodes of “The Walking Dead” every Sunday, Robbie Key proudly serves his post in “Reviews and Editorials” for Analog Addiction. He is also Stephen F. Austin State University’s lone gaming journalist, a blogger for IGN, has a passion for those cryptic things known as video games and most importantly, he is American. You can follow his completely relevant Twitter updates and watch his awesomtacular YouTube videos.


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