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Dead Sky includes the following features on top of it’s expansive 9 mission single player and horde based multiplayer:
- Wide-Ranging Single Player - Play through the expansive single-player mode, taking on zombies, gunning from choppers, and much more in 9 missions.
- Cooperative Multiplayer - Take yourself and up to three friends into a hectic, horde based, multiplayer game. Survive as long as you can, crafting your defensive base and fighting the zombie horde.
- 30+ Weapons, Zombies and Powerups - Dead Sky features many unique weapons, zombies and powerups for you to come across.
- Expansive Crafting System - Craft a variety of defensive items ranging from turrets, traps, barricades and more to enhance your base as you fight off the horde.
- Online Leaderboards - Compete with your friends and other players worldwide to see how you rank.
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