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The Walking Dead: Survivors throws in a school bus, an RV, and a carriage into the zombie apocalypse to boost your troop stats

The Walking Dead: Survivors throws in a school bus, an RV, and a carriage into the zombie apocalypse to boost your troop stats

The Walking Dead: Survivors, Elex and Skybound's zombie-themed mobile strategy game, is upping the ante during the apocalypse with its latest vehicle-centred update. The new vehicle system lets players tinker around with a customizable carriage, school bus, and RV as they collect and upgrade vehicles for useful buffs.

The vehicles in The Walking Dead: Survivors' latest update also add welcome boosts to troops' health, defense, and attack, as well as reduce construction and research costs. Of course, these vehicles can also be fully customized to suit each player's fancy. The carriage, school bus, and RV can be accessed via the garage upon reaching town hall level 14.

In particular, the carriage provides a helpful buff for a player's troops when it comes to gathering. This also increases the speed of troops, as well as enhances their health, attack, and defense. On the other hand, the school bus can reduce damage received by troops and can also decrease construction costs. Meanwhile, the RV can increase attack, defense, and health all while boosting damage and decreasing research costs.

If you're keen on giving these sweet new rides a test run and seeing how they fare during a zombie infestation, you can download The Walking Dead: Survivors on the iOS App Store or on the Google Play Store for Android devices. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

You can also head on over to the official website to know more about the game, or join the community of followers over on the game's official Facebook page to stay updated on all the latest developments.

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