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Death Road to Canada is bigger than ever with the latest free update

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Death Road to Canada [Steam, Official Site, GOG], a game about surviving on a road trip against all odds and gigantic swarms of slow zombies. It was updated recently, with a huge free update.

Check out their video of the new update:
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The update is huge, so be sure to take a look at the full changelog.

The lighting system has been overhauled, meaning you need to make decent use of flashlights as Zombies can be pretty hard to see. There's new locations to visit, new achievements, a soundtrack that's double in size, you can barricade a door to give yourself a little more time to explore and loot, new characters, a ton of new weapons and the list just goes on and on.

They've got a lot more new content planned to release over the next year too. It's really awesome to see such games updated for free, instead of lots of little extra DLC. Article taken from
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razing32 7 Aug, 2017
I bought this and have meant to play it for weeks.
Great they continue to support it. Hallmark of good devs.
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