Just a few months after the game's release, Overkill's The Walking Dead has ended development for the console versions and future PC content.
Nearly five years after its initial launch, Payday 2 is now available on Nintendo's popular hybrid console, offering over 50 heists and more than 150 weapons.
RAID: World War II has launched on PC via Steam, and will be coming to PS4 and Xbox One in North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East next month.
Overkill’s The Walking Dead has been pushed out of 2017 into 2018.
Back in 2012, Payday 2 developer, Overkill partnered with publisher 505 Games. The partnership was formed with the intention of helping the studio launch Payday 2 for both consoles, as well as PC.
It has been a tough few weeks for Payday 2 developer Overkill, specifically Global Brand Director Almir Listo. Yesterday Listo published a Steam Community update apologizing for the past few weeks of trouble that has brewed in
After the recent Payday 2 update, and the addition of the Black Market, some people got upset with the fact that microtransactions gave paying players an advantage. Overkill addressed the situation during their Reddit AMA session.
Remember when PayDay 2's Producer Almir Listo said before there will never be micro-transactions in the game, and even shamed those who thought it will happen. Well, that "never" was just for a couple of years apparently.
505 Games announced today that they will be publishing the upcoming The Walking Dead from developer Overkill (the people behind Payday) on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Overkill, the developer of the popular PayDay franchise, has officially partnered with Skybound Entertainment to develop a co-op The Walking Dead game to be published by Starbreeze.
Its all monkey business from here on out. Sorry about that. Check out what sort of gear and goodies comes in the newest DLC pack for PayDay 2.