I decided to post a feature as well as the image to inform you guys about the mod being featured on pc gamer. I am really amazed by this evening happening and I only found out by a youtube comment not long ago. Im really glad that this happened so thank Omri Petitte for doing so and I hope this lets more people know about the mod in general.
Omri_Petitte wrote: As far as we can tell, mod-sponge Mount & Blade is seriously lacking in the zombie-themed anime-homage niche. Modder “xPearse” aims to fix that problem with his High School of the Dead project filling TaleWorlds’ battlefields with slavering, shambling corpses as a tribute to the popular anime/manga series of the same name.
Developed as a one-man effort, HOTD recreates scenes and locations from the Japanese comic and tasks players with leading a band of survivors against the zombie sensation sweeping the nation. The majority of the mod’s assets remain heavily work-in-progress, but xPearse hopes for a release next year. Apart from the always-cool prospect of gunning down a mindless zombie charge on serene, rolling plains, HOTD’s source material is one of the more popular action series capitalizing on the popular mixture of undead, giant guns, and eternally befuddled male protagonists.
Here is a link to the article on their site Pcgamer.com
It's really exciting for my mod to be put on their website, so after reading what do you guys think about what happened.
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