‘Dead Island: Retro Revenge’ appears registered in Australia

Dead Island: Retro Revenge has appeared in Australia, in its age rating system. The title would apparently be multiplatform and would be developed by Empty Clip Studios, the production of the game would be carried out by Deep Silver and Koch Media.

At the moment there is not much more information except this record that occurred a few hours ago, neither Deep Silver, nor Koch Media, nor even the supposed developer Empty Studios have published anything about it. However, everything indicates that perhaps Deep Silver has decided to resume the development of the sequel to the franchise that confirmed its cancellation a few months ago.


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