Zombie MMO Dead Maze Closed Beta Launches Today

The zombie apocalypse has reached a major milestone in the upcoming isometric MMO Dead Maze, which has launched into closed beta on the PC gaming platform Steam today. The French developers, based in Lille, are planning to unleash their free-to-play zombie game onto the world stage in early 2018.

Zombie MMO Dead Maze Closed Beta Launches Today
Set in the West of the United States of America, it is clear that humanity has been devastated by a plague of the undead. Player cooperation takes center stage in Dead Maze, with thousands of players having to explore, scavenge, and work together to survive and rebuild society. With the start of the closed beta, players can discover the destroyed world of Dead Maze, build their new home and craft their own supplies, team up with their friends and battle the dozens of different types of zombies, using over 200 different items and weapons. More content will be added to the closed beta and all progress made will be carried over into the full game, when it is released in 2018.

Players in Dead Maze take on the role as one of the few remaining survivors, who have to cooperate to stay alive in a ravaged contemporary world where death lurks around every corner. Player versus player combat is not featured – instead, the danger comes from the wide array of aggressive zombies that roam the world. Resources can be scavenged and turned into life-saving supplies, while ordinary objects can be turned into deadly weapons. Dead Maze features a unique visual style, with a colourful 2D isometric perspective and hand-crafted maps, showing destruction in all its glorious detail.

For the opportunity to take part in the closed beta for the upcoming game, players must sign up via the official website. The trailer for the closed beta can be viewed below:

Dead Maze - Sign up for the Closed Beta!

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