Dead Island Highly Compressed for PC

Dead Island Highly Compressed for PC


Dead Island is a 2011 survival horror action role-playing video game developed by Techland and published by Deep Silver for Microsoft Windows, Linux, OS X, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Centered on the challenge of surviving a zombie-infested open world with a major emphasis on melee. The plot focuses on 4 playable survivors trying to survive and escape off the fictional island of Banoi.
The game was announced at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo, but delayed until 2011. The game's cinematic announcement trailer was met with controversy over its depiction of a dead child. However reception was nonetheless positive, with praise going towards the emotional impact, animation, and story, with the trailer being held as one of the best in any medium. The game was released in 2011. September for North America/Europe and in October for Japan. Despite the pre-release acclaim, the game received generally lukewarm reviews. While praised for its atmosphere, gameplay and playable characters, it was also criticized for large technical difficulties and in-game glitches, graphics, and most notably being hampered for lacking the emotional themes presented in the trailer.

Minimum System Requirements 

  • RAM : 1 GB
  • CPU/Processor : Intel Core 2 of 2.6 GHz.
  • Graphics card : ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT or NVIDIA Ge Force 8600 GT (512 MB).
  • Operating system : Windows XP, 7 or any other.
  • Disk Space : 7 GB.

Recommended System Requirements

  • RAM : 4 GB.
  • CPU/Processor : Intel Quad Core Processor.
  • Graphics card : Ge Force 9600 (1 GB).
  • Operating system : Windows XP, 7, 8 or 10.
  • Disk Space : 7 GB.

A stand-alone DLC expansion, Dead Island: Riptide was released in 2013. The spin-off, Escape Dead Island was released on November 18th 2014. And a sequel, Dead Island 2 was set to be released in 2017, but has been delayed indefinitely. A remastered version of the game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on May 31st 2016. Under the title Dead Island: Definitive Collection; it bundles the game with Riptide, all DLC, and a 16-bit side-scrolling game called Dead Island: Retro Revenge.
Dead Island features an apparent open world roaming, divided by relatively large areas, and played from a first-person perspective. Most of the gameplay is built around combat (mainly melee weapons) and completing quests. Dead Island is an action role-playing game and uses experience-based gameplay. The player earns XP by completing tasks and killing enemies. Upon leveling up, the player gains health and can invest one skill point into a skill tree and level up one of their skills.

How to Download and Install the game?

  1. Click the below button for the game.
  2. Download all 5 parts of 500 MB.
  3. Bring them in one folder.
  4. Extract the 1st part only (other will be extracted automatically).
  5. Mount the ISO file using any software like "Power ISO".
  6. Open the mounted file and run the "Setup".
  7. Compete the simple installation process.
  8. Open the game icon from desktop and enjoy!

Combat is carried out through either physical attacks or through the use of melee weapons and firearms. Melee weapons are emphasised to the point that firearms are not available for the first half of the game, and consist of blunt and bladed weapons. Melee weapons can also be thrown at targets at any point in the game. Weapons are randomly generated and positioned in predetermined locations as well as found on some enemies; they have unique stats that are generally based on the player's current level. Each weapon can be upgraded three times to increase its stats, and most weapons can be "modded" – customized based on a blueprint to add special features, such as nails or electrified blades, and poison. These weapons will wear out from constant usage and require repairs and careful use, especially because once a weapon becomes damaged beyond a certain point it becomes much more expensive to repair.
There is also a stamina bar, meaning that after a set amount of physical action, such as running, jumping, or swinging a weapon, the character needs to stop to regain his or her stamina. Fighting with a high-level zombie will result in the player often running out of stamina and potentially being killed. The game features "special class" zombies, which are more powerful than the standard zombie. Players need to use flashlights in dark areas and during night-time sections, adding suspense.

size = 500 MB X 5 parts
how to download a file/part : click here

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