Disruptor Beam just soft launched The Walking Dead: March to War in the Philippines. It's not officially available in the US yet, but there are ways to play this take on Robert Kirkham's post-apocalyptic masterpiece regardless of where you live.
The Walking Dead: March to War places you directly in the middle of the escalating conflict between Rick Grimes' Alexandria and the merciless Saviors led by Negan. Building and maintaining a thriving settlement despite the constant threat of zombies and marauding bandits is key to succeeding in the game, along with banding together with other players to help defend against the undead horde.
March to War lets you recruit characters from the comic series, such as Darryl Dixon and Carl Grimes, but the game also uses randomly-generated NPCs to populate your settlement. These characters, along with buildings in your enclave, can be upgraded and leveled up to make you more effective at scavenging and defending your home against walkers and other players.
To install The Walking Dead: March to War on Android, make sure "Unknown sources" is enabled in Settings, then tap on the link below to download the APK installer file. From there, just open the file and press "Install" when prompted, then you'll be all set to play the game.
For Apple devices, you'll need to be running iOS 8 or higher to play The Walking Dead: March to War. Aside from that, you'll also need to bypass the App Store's region restrictions before you can download the game in the US.
To do this, you'll need to create an Apple ID using a realistic home address from the Philippines, then sign in with this account on your iOS device, which will automatically transfer you to the Philippines version of the App Store. If you'd like a thorough guide on the process of spoofing locations in the App Store, head to the following link to find out more:
After everything is set up, you'll now be free to download and install The Walking Dead: March to War just like you would any other app or game. Simply do a search for the game in the App Store, or just head to the following link to download it.
Please note that The Walking Dead: March to War is still technically in development, so issues might be encountered while playing it. We tested the game on an iPad Pro, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7 Plus, and Galaxy S8, and found that it ran as it should with no noticeable bugs. Let us know about your own experiences with the game by sharing your thoughts in the comment section below.