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Dead Trigger 2 released

Dead Trigger was undoubtedly one of the best 3D FPS shooters available on the Android platform until today. Say hello to the sequel that promises to live up to its name by delivering fresh batch of brain-eating zombies free of charge. Say hello to Dead Trigger 2!

Madfinger Games started teasing the general public nearly 10 months ago when they showcased Dead Trigger 2 for the first time during Nvidia’s CES 2013.  The wait is over and you can start preventing the zombie apocalypse right away. Join the Global Resistance, get to your safe spot hide-out, get some equipment and start killing the infected ones.

Dead Trigger 2 introduces the auto-fire feature for the first time. You can turn it off, but most casual gamers playing exclusively on their touchscreens will appreciate this function. The game fully supports external controllers as well and you can custom map every single button available. As usual, graphics are breath-taking. Real time water reflections, dynamic vegetation and enhanced ragdolls are only some of the effects you are about to witness. The Gunsmith, Medic, Scientist, Smuggler and Engineer will keep you company inside your personal hide-out and craft new items just for you, or keep you company on some of the missions that require additional help.

Dead Trigger 2 is free to play with optional IAP purchases. The game requires constant internet connection in order to sync your account to Madfinger’s servers and won’t work offline. Keep in mind that  Android 4.0 or later is required to install the game, but to fully experience all the beauty this game has to offer, fast dual-core or quad-core device is a must.

DEAD TRIGGER 2
Developer: MADFINGER Games
Price: Free*
  • Eric

    Why did Madfinger ever think that constant internet connection was a good idea? Most people don’t keep their devices wifi on due to it draining the battery, and while playing a game like dead trigger, your asking for a good 20 minutes of gameplay. Why couldn’t it be mobile and not require internet, like the first one? That’s what made it so great!! If you want to make an online dead trigger, that’s great and all, but make it something separate like the shadowgun series.
    I looked forward to DT 2 for month’s, and now that it’s out and i need to make a freaking account, have a constant internet connection, it just makes me detest the company that brought me and everyone else such a great zombie shooter in the first place.