Posted by: Matt McGloin
/ 4 years 5 weeks ago

Dead Island Video Game Trailers, Screen Shots and Concept Art





Note: Very Mature content below - don't let the kids see this one.


From Deep Silver and game developer Techland, comes Dead Island - a first person zombie slasher set on a Tropical Island.

From the official press release:

Set in an open world tropical island, hordes of different festering zombies await players around every corner while they embark on a variety of thrilling missions through the holiday resort. With firearms and ammunition being scarce the player must rely on utilising found items as weapons for self-defense and fight off zombie hordes in intense melee combat. A diverse range of items can be collected and will later serve to transform the player’s ordinary makeshift weapons into serious instruments of destruction.

Dead Island will be released worldwide for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC later this year.

Here is the official trailer for Dead Island followed by the same trailer in reverse. Following that are high-res images of concept art and screen shots.

To put just how huge this is in perspective, the following videos were uploaded to YouTube February 16th and have well over 200,000 views! That's this Youtube version alone.


Concept art (click to enlarge):


Screen Shots (click to enlarge):

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