Into the Dead 2 For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Games

Price: Free

Rating: 4.70523 stars based on 1357 reviews

Into the Dead 2: Unleashed

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  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2022-04-05
  • Current Version: 2.05.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 1.92 GB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Netflix, Inc.

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Available exclusively for Netflix members. Do whatever it takes to save your family and survive the zombie apocalypse in this ultimate action shooter! How far will you go to make it out alive? Armed with an arsenal of powerful weapons, you must fend off ever-increasing zombie threats while crossing treacherous terrain. In a world where no one is safe, do what needs to be done to stay alive. Maim, mow down, and eliminate the Dead – anything to keep moving. Features: • Evolving story with multiple action-packed chapters, dozens of stages and hundreds of challenges. • Powerful weapons and ammo perks — unlock and upgrade melee weapons, firearms, explosives, and more! • Varied gameplay — fire from military gun emplacements, slay the hordes from atop vehicles, stab them to stay alive, or risk going after them on foot. • Multiple, immersive environments — discover different locations, from oil fields and military bases to campsites and rural farm communities. • Ever-increasing zombie threats — adapt your tactics to annihilate different hordes, including armored and running zombies. • Additional story events — navigate them all, from burning forests to frozen mountain tops. • Daily and special event modes — prove your skills to win exclusive prizes. • Loyal canine companions — fend off zombies and stay protected in the field. • Play campaign mode offline.



  • 对比原版画质确实更好了诶

    By 出众就要巴巴丝巴
  • Pretty good game

    By adhvfuirfh
    A bit buggy at times but the gameplay is great and the experience is great. Only other thing I’d change is more opportunities to get coins or lower upgrade prices.
  • Unlock all weapons and features-update-> got worse

    By long time prime member
    Game keeps most weapons and other features locked only recycling the same weapons and scenario… two stars until they fully unlock the game. Now the game doesn’t even respond to navigation via an iPhone 13.. uninstalled.
  • Thx Netflix

    By Jeramumba
    I didn’t know they made another “Into the Dead” till Netflix recommended it on mobile. I’m realizing now that “Into the Dead 2 Unleashed” is the paid for version of into the dead 2. If you have Netflix
  • What the heck

    By BrunnenKai
    Was pretty much maxed out on everything so I took a break from the game for a few months. Now I come back and it has the settings back to a new game as if I hadn’t spent hours playing it???!
  • Fun, well-made game, but…

    By cmbradfordart
    You’ve got to do something about the “Who’s playing?” splash screen and prompts to sign in (I’m always signed in) popping up randomly, often during gameplay. This never happened until recently, and now it’s happening constantly. When I first started playing the game, I thought being signed in to Netflix proper sufficed (it appeared that was the case), but obviously something changed. I keep signing in through the game and the game isn’t maintaining the setting. Annoying and disruptive, and needs to be fixed. For reference, if anyone is actually reading this: I’m always prompt with my updates and I’m running current versions of iOS and the game. There some issues within the game itself, but others have already covered most of them here. One bad one I noticed is overlapping audio tracks during some event play; i.e., audio from a main story playing over audio in an event using same/similar main story level map. Probably references in the code that target identically-named files or something of that nature, I’m guessing. I can see that things like speed, aim, crate generation frequency and placement, zombie position and reload are deliberately timed/oriented to make the game challenging, and I understand that, but I question how it is that some players on the leaderboards are getting the scores they’re getting when some event levels severely restrict the number of crates and ammo you receive, place giant hordes of zombies way off to the sides where you’re unlikely to reach them (I won’t get into navigation control functionality here, but that’s a bit of downside too), prematurely running out of ammo nearly halfway through a run with no further crates despite tightly controlling rate of fire, etc. I know in some cases you can use companions creatively to boost your score, but that doesn’t fully explain how someone is racking up totals near 100,000 when at full tilt I’m struggling to hit 30,000. That’s a little sus! All that aside, I’d give the game 4+ (willing to round up) stars if not for the annoying sign-in problem. Get rid of that and I’ll revise my rating.
  • Love it!

    By Arkie66
    ***** EDIT I still love the game but my “Crate Ammo” upgrade NEVER works right. Sometimes I get the extra ammo, sometimes a normal amount, 25-30% of the time…NONE at all!! This makes it extremely frustrating especially at the elite level where you need every round. Can @Customer Support please respond? This is really taking the fun out. If this were fixed it would be back to awesome status. Anyone else having this problem? HELP! I only recently discovered that Netflix has games! I haven’t made it past this one as it’s had me hooked. Run and kill zombies. Collect animal companions that help you, obtain and upgrade weapons, and play out the story. Lots of different ways to play, many challenging levels, side stories, daily challenges and more. All with NO ads or paywall! I throughly enjoy it!
  • An amazing idea

    By Grayson1228
    Netflix taking games I already love and taking all the greedy micro transactions out! I never thought I would see the day. The game just throws powerful items and cosmetics at you without really completing any challenges though. Would have liked to work a bit more for some of the content. But overall this is an amazing step forward for mobile games!
  • Netflix

    By Dazuko
    Where have Netflix games been all my life
  • W

    By bdhgfjrfhghkrgzhrx
    I don’t even have to to say anything