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Dead Island: Riptide Debuts Stunning CGI Trailer

Posted on Tuesday, September 18 @ 12:36:47 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

No matter what your thoughts on Dead Island are—low play value, repetition, bugs, etc.—one fact remains: the game sold a lot of units. As a result, a sequel is in the works, and the first order of hype is to release a CGI trailer that makes you instantly want to pre-order it.

Dead Island: Riptide now has a trailer for your eyes to feed on, and it doesn't disappoint. As with the original game, Riptide's debut trailer is rendered in stunning CGI centered around emotion with a soft, piano piece playing in the background and no words spoken.

You can view the trailer below:



The difference between the release of the original Dead Island's CGI trailer—which has over 20 million views spread across several outlets— and this is we now know that the game is nothing like the trailer. That is unless Techland can prove us wrong the second time around.
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