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Submitted by mathsman 1257d ago | news

Dead Island: Riptide to Allow Character Imports

Today sees the unveiling of brand new details on the recently revealed Dead Island: Riptide, the successor to the hugely popular Dead Island. In addition to the detailed preview Electronic Theatre will deliver later today Deep Silver has already confirmed one of the most important aspects of Dead Island: Riptide: the ability to transfer your established characters from the original videogame into the sequel. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

WeskerChildReborned  +   1257d ago
Awesome i guess.
mathsman  +   1257d ago
I'm really looking forward to this game myself, and I do like the fact that you can continue to progress the same character from one set of skills to a whole new set.

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