Dead Nation Road of Devastation - New PlayStation 3 shooter game

Housemarque announces Dead Nation DLC Road of Devastation

2011 Jukka

HELSINKI, FINLAND – September 6, 2011

Independent Finnish developer Housemarque, the critically acclaimed studio behind Super Stardust HD, Outland, Dead Nation and upcoming Furmins, have today announced new DLC content for ‘PlayStation(R) Network exclusive smash hit Dead Nation.

Millions of Dead Nation recruits fighting against the spreading of dreadful zombie virus are now facing new challenges, when they need to travel “Road Of Devastation” in a DLC pack soon available for download exclusively on PSN.

“We’ve been working hard since the launch of Dead Nation to bring exciting new content to the fans of the game” says Housemarque CEO Ilari Kuittinen. “Since the launch of the game, Dead Nation has been a top selling PSN title having fans all around the globe. After being included in Welcome Pack offering has helped the game to reach over 3,8 millions downloads, which is simply mindboggling and unheard of for a PSN game.”

Continuing from the events where the original game left off (or, is it actually the other way around…), you’ll find Road of Devastation will put your skills to the ultimate test. You’ll find yourself waking up in a laboratory with only one way out. Outside the door you’re presented with a choice – you’re faced with a crossroads leading to three different roads, each with their own unique environments, challenges and enemies waiting for you.

In addition to the range of enemies and weapons already familiar from the original game, Road of Devastation will present you with a variety of new tools and equipment to dispose of your enemies with, while introducing new enemies and obstacles encountered in unique new environments.

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