NEW YORK - November 12, 2009
Today, Kerberos Studios has released an update to the lite action/RPG, Fort Zombie. Adding brand new content such as additional weapons, expanded town properties, and new mission locations, the survivors of Piety, Indiana now have even more ammunition (figuratively and literally) against the flood of zombies that have invaded the peaceful town and turned it into a battleground for survival.
Additionally, the latest update to Fort Zombie will enhance a variety of game aspects across the board, introducing more sound options, a mid-mission healing system, and improved interactions with weapons and other game objects.
To receive the update to your Fort Zombie copy, go to “MY GAMES” on your digital download account.
Now is the perfect time to jump into all of the terrifying action of Fort Zombie. Fort Zombie is available through all major digital distribution channels for the suggested retail price of $9.99 and €9.99.
For more information, please visit: www.fortzombie.com or follow @FortZombie on Twitter or check out the new zombie video at www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk8-cXkA_Ag
About Fort Zombie
In Fort Zombie, players will find themselves trapped in the small town of Piety, Indiana. Facing an impending wave of zombies migrating from a nearby metropolis, players must seek shelter in a single building that will become their fort and major means of protection throughout the entire campaign. Through focusing efforts on building up this structure in between searching the town for supplies and training survivors, players will have a shot at surviving the massive zombie onslaught.
About Kerberos Productions
Founded in 2004, Kerberos Productions is a gathering of experienced video game developers, with over 40 years of collective experience, based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Before forming their own company, the team was responsible in the development of Homeworld: Cataclysm for Sierra, Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon for Disney Interactive, and Bully for Rockstar. In 2006, the company released their flagship PC title, Sword of the Stars, which was followed by three expansions – Born of Blood, A Murder of Crows, and Argos Naval Yard. None of them are zombies.
Read more: http://www.kerberos-productions.com/
Joe Ziemer, TriplePoint