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The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon joins State of Survival's roster on mobile devices

The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon joins State of Survival’s roster on mobile devices

FunPlus, a leading mobile game developer and publisher, and its studio KingsGroup today announced through a partnership with AMC that the beloved character of The Walking Dead Daryl Dixon will join the free strategy game, Survival state .

Since On April 15 through October 2021, Daryl Dixon will be a playable hero. with a personalized story within the universe of Survival state. Daryl will be joined by his remarkable four-legged companion, the dog, also from the TV series, as he battles hordes of zombie attacks. The actor Norman reedus who plays Daryl Dixon on AMC’s hit world series, lent his voice and likeness to the game’s character, creating an immersive experience in Survival state.

“It is an honor to introduce you to one of the most endearing characters of The Walking Dead at AMC at Survival state “Says Chris Petrovic, FunPlus commercial director. “We worked closely with AMC and Norman Reedus to create something really exciting for fans of The Walking Dead and we can’t wait for our players to jump into the game like the legendary Daryl Dixon .

“Daryl Dixon said The Walking Dead it has become one of the most eminent zombie killers in the genre, ”says Clayton Neuman, AMC’s vice president of gaming. “Finding a way to bring him and his unique survival skills into an entirely new post-apocalyptic environment has been a creative challenge and a privilege, and the end result is a true joy to the players. SOS and for the fans of the series ”.

To participate in the global pre-registration, visit here and register before the April 15 deadline. If the pre-registration goal is met before April 15, game players will receive exclusive rewards. Additional prizes will be available by inviting friends to participate.

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