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How to Survive 2 adds four-player co-op, headed to Early Access in October

How to Survive 2 will hopefully convey any lessons you failed to absorb on your first go round.

5 years ago

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  • How to Survive comes to PS4 as Storm Warning Edition next week

    How to Survive has made the jump to PS4 and brought a bunch of new content with it.

    6 years ago
  • How to Survive is out now, watch the launch trailer here

    505 Games’ How to Survive isn’t just about killing zombies in gruesome fashion. As the title suggests, it also tasks you with keeping yourself alive, through foraging for food and finding a safe place to sleep. There’s the option to play alongside a buddy in co-op too. The game is out today, so take a […]

    7 years ago
  • How to Survive gets first zombie-filled gameplay trailer

    How to Survive puts players on a zombie-infested island, but as the title suggests it doesn’t just leave you to your own devices, providing useful advice on how to stay alive. This gameplay trailer presents “Kovac’s Rules”, which are a good start to your quest to secure food, water and shelter.

    7 years ago
  • How to Survive nets R18+ rating in Australia

    505 Games-published zombie survival sim How to Survive has been rated R18+ by the Australian Classification Board, one of under a dozen games to make the grade since its January 1, 2013 introduction. The classification notes high-impact violence as well as moderate impact themes and language. The game hails from Storm developer Eko Software, and […]

    8 years ago
  • How to Survive headed to console networks

    505 Games has quietly revealed a new zombie survival sim from Eko Software.

    8 years ago
  • Storm gets puzzling new trailer

    Zoo Entertainment’s released a brand new trailer for Storm. It’s a puzzler coming to PSN and Xbox Live Arcade this summer from Eko Software. Get it below the break, via Joystiq.

    9 years ago
  • Eko Software's Storm hitting PC, PSN, XBLA this summer

    IndiePub has announced its plan to bring Storm to PC, PSN, XBLA this summer. Developed by Eko Software, physics-based puzzle game developed by Eko Software, has players putting seeds into fertile ground using the weather. It will run you around $10. Check out a trailer for it after the break. Thanks, Joystiq.

    10 years ago