Maybe someday, this world will need a history. It will need books to tell us about who has come before. About what works, and about what doesn’t. About what life is like on this side of the end of the world. I want to tell your stories.
So you’ve joined THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR. You’ve met Amira, you’ve started building your Base, you’ve even recruited and trained some Survivors. You’re on your way to being King of the Hill. Then the friends you invited to the game start showing up, and want to play with you. How do you all get to play together?
So you’ve started playing THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR. Good for you (if you haven’t started, what are you waiting for? It’s free to play on your mobile device. Now you’re probably looking for some advice on how to best spend your time in the game as a entry-level Survivor. We’ve got you covered.
Your Raiding Parties can become quite customized for any given task. Mastery of the Talent system allows you to devise unique strategies, effective defenses and devastating attacks. Start thinking about how you want to survive as you are building your team. Are you generalists? Aggressively offensive? Materials specialists? Defensive masters? How you approach your Talents will go a long way in your success in this world.
In THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR, you are unlikely to survive very long unless you team up with other players in groups called Communities. Smart, strong Communities devise cooperative strategies, defend each other against attack, and work together to overcome obstacles. Among these obstacles are Landmarks: points of strategic value on the Map which can be captured and controlled by Communities.
In THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR, players primarily interact with the world from their Base or the Map. In the Base, players will create resources, heal and train Survivors, manage their Council Members, aid their Community members, and build stronger structures. On the Map, players will find and interact with allies and enemies, supplies and Landmarks.
Meet Amira, Disruptor Beam’s first original character introduced to the world of The Walking Dead. Amira serves as the player’s guide through both early gameplay in THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR as well as the crowded, chaotic Washington, D.C. area. The familiar city quickly becomes a battleground of bitter rivals competing for vital resources after a horde of walkers moves in.
In order to get The Walking Dead: March to War swag at San Diego Comic-Con, you’ll need to visit the Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment booth (Booth #2729, look for Image Comics in your program). We’ve printed some limited edition trading cards featuring our striking game art, each with a redeemable code for items that will help you in the game. Each card will only be available on a certain day, so make sure to come back to Skybound all weekend to get the whole set. The cards are only available while supplies last, so stop by early.
As the release of THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR looms ever closer, we can unveil more details of what players can expect when they start playing. We sat down with Michael Leoncavallo-Lead Game Designer on TWD: March to War-to get a better sense of what players can look forward to in terms of gameplay.
Do you want to be a character in THE WALKING DEAD: MARCH TO WAR?! To enter the "Survive The Walking Dead" contest, visit the March to War Facebook page and submit your list of three items and two friends that you would bring along to help you survive the world of The Walking Dead. Read on for complete rules and details.