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Outbreak

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Outbreak: The New Nightmare Outbreak: The New Nightmare is the 3D re-imagining of the Outbreak series by Dead Drop Studios. Return to the roots of survival horror with fixed camera angles, crushing difficulty, strict inventory management and the hordes of the undead. Now available on Steam Early Access! Single-Player Demo Now Available Experience a small slice of the apocalypse in the single-player Outbreak demo! Learn the basics of survival by playing through the Tutorial campaign scenario as Mason. Once you're ready, take on the first portion of the Captive Nightmares scenario as Quies attempts to escape a horrifying prison. Download the demo today! About the Game Explore a nightmarish environment, scrounge for supplies, and battle the undead in Outbreak -- an online co-op/offline survival horror game. The clock never stops as you attempt to manage an extremely limited inventory with a murderous horde on the hunt. Choose between acquiring additional weapons, healing items, or necessary tools for progression. You have only one life. Make it count! Friendly play: 4-player online co-op multiplayer featuring voice chat. Cut the cord: All modes playable in offline single-player with pause support. Campaign Mode: Play the entire story alone or in up to 4-player co-op! Nightmares Mode: Narrative hardcore single-player story mode. Onslaught Mode: Fight waves of endless enemies alone or with friends! Offline backup: Optional Partner AI bot in solo Campaign & Onslaught modes. Dark atmosphere: Explore a deserted hospital infested by the undead. Brutal difficulty: Your character only has a single life; includes 3 difficulty settings. Limited inventory: Decide which items are worthy, and which should be left behind. Expansive arsenal: Defend yourself with a multitude of firearms and melee weapons. Challenging puzzles: Scour each room to solve puzzles and learn about the outbreak. High replayability: Semi-random enemy and item layouts make every playthrough unique. Distinct survivors: Seven playable heroes with unique attributes and starting equipment. Essential equipment: Earn during play and trade with other players. Play your way: Customizable gamepad, mouse and keyboard controls. Worldwide multiplayer: Cloud-based backend with region selector means no NAT issues.
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Release date
Jan 17, 2017
Developer
Dead Drop Studios LLC
Publisher
Dead Drop Studios LLC
Age rating
13+ Teen
Website
http://www.outbreakzone.com
System requirements for PC
Minimum:
  • OS: Windows (7/8/10) 64-bit
  • Processor: Core i3
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD 4400
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 1000 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Integrated
  • Additional Notes: Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PS4 gamepad recommended.
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows (7/8/10) 64-bit
  • Processor: Core i5
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce 750 Ti / AMD Radeon R7 370
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 1000 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Hardware
  • Additional Notes: Xbox One, Xbox 360 or PS4 gamepad recommended.
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Really interesting game with a non-standard, for today, the idea-cooperative game in the genre of survival-horror, and in the Oldov understanding of this genre. Of Course, once this is a tin survival-horror, and mechanics appropriate. In General, the game, in its judgment, the spiritual heir to the series of spin-offfs Resident Evil: Outbreak-the same bet on the cooperative, 4 slots in the inventory, etc. And still need to paint a little more about the game, right? What do we have in this game? There are four characters, there are several scenarios, both story and survival. And, actually, why the game is worth buying, you ask, and whether it is at all? I'll tell you Now. So, Pros: + Atmosphere. You can see as much as you want about "what atmosphere with such graphics?!" (about this, by the way, later), but the atmosphere here is present, even when playing in Koope. + Hardcore. Yes, it is there-you have one life for the whole scenario, the ammo is forever, and the enemies and they are going to bite off you a piece more + Tribute to the past. This is, rather, my personal preference, rather than an objective plus, but still. The Lifestar in the form of a pulse of the hero I strongly bribe, as well as control in the game. + Sound. For This special thanks to the developers-they tried to recreate those same sounds from the old parts of the RE, and in general in the game rather gloomy ambient. + Narration. And Here it is interesting realized-here as well as in RE there is a prehistory at the beginning of game. However, depending on the level of difficulty, it depends on the number of notes revealing the ent of this game (yes, it is there), ie you want to know the story-Strai on the Harde, because there is almost no light notes, and you, in fact, just run the script. + Difficulty. This is a very important part of the game, because the game is revealed precisely on the maximum complexity and becomes a RE-always lacks supplies, a bunch of different keys, an extensive location with a bunch of closed doors and all that. Well and now about Cons:-Graphics. This is probably the weakest side of the game. Heroes and monsters look just terrible, as if I have included a flash game of 2008 year of release. I do not understand why the developers were lazy to draw full bodies, leaving instead a couple of bones and a puddle of blood, and about this creepy contrast between the pixel environment, drawn characters and copied from pictures of weapons even say I do not want. Management. I will Say at once-I love tank control in games. But so tight control I saw little where-especially it is noticeable when playing on the controller. But with all this game is very sensitive to movements on the stick: the slightest deviation-and the hero immediately wraps sideways, which is very annoying. So, I want to summarize-the game is really worth the attention. However, the way it looks and how much it costs-the question is, of course, scrupulous, because no one wants to buy for 350 rubles flash game, right? But do not let the schedule deceive yourself-the game is really good and worth the money. At least it's a great replacement for RE Outbreak (until the remasters are released on the PC, of course).
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