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Evil Dead - The Game: A Successful Start

Evil Dead – The Game: A Successful Start

As announced by Embracer Group officials, the multiplayer title “Evil Dead: The Game” celebrated a successful start. Half a million games were sold in the first five days.

The developers at Saber Interactive this month released the multiplayer horror title Evil Dead: The Game, helping the popular brand make its way back to consoles and PC.

As announced by Embracer Group, the parent company of Saber Interactive, a few days after the release of “Evil Dead: The Game,” the multiplayer game celebrated a successful start. Reportedly, 500,000 units were sold in the first five days after the official release. It is not disclosed which of the supplied platforms have the advantage.

In the weeks leading up to the release of “Evil Dead: The Game,” the decision to rely on the Epic Games Store for the PC version, while the Steam community was left out, drew criticism.

A cooperative PvPvE title set in the Evil Dead universe

Evil Dead: The Game transports you to the world of horrific horror movies and offers you the opportunity to team up with up to three other players and fight against the forces of darkness. Another participant slips into the role of the Kandari demon and hunts down the team members. Thus, “Evil Dead: The Game” combines PvE co-op battles and PvP elements.

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At the same time, the game “Evil Dead: The Game” allows you to meet again with well-known characters, such as the protagonist of “Evil Dead” or Ash Williams, embodied by Bruce Campell. Other playable characters include Scotty, Lord Arthur, Kelly Maxwell, and Pablo Simon Bolivar.

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Each playable character uses different attacks or combat weapons. To put the dark forces in place, you can use guns, saws, crossbow or flamethrower and try to kill as many dark minions as possible.

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