Tabletop Simulator Updated With New Zombicide DLC

Berserk Games recently released a new DLC pack for the ever-popular casual board game simulator, Tabletop Simulator. The new DLC is called Zombicide and it introduces new pieces, new boards, new backgrounds and an all new way to cooperative play a tabletop game with friends or family.

The general description of the DLC is as follows…

“Each player controls between one (for 6 players) and four (solo game) survivors, humans trapped in a zombie-infested town. In fact, “survivors” quickly change to “hunters” to smash zombies through and through. However, the team must constantly maintain a balance between survival and slaughter, for as the zombicide continues, the Danger Level increases, and the infected grow in numbers. Any misstep can turn to disaster.”

The board game rules and setup see players attempting to maintain their survival in a game that infuses beat-’em-up elements with survival-horror.

Tabletop Simulator - Zombicide

The DLC also comes with a fully functional manual so players know exactly what they need to do and how they need to do it. You can see everything that’s included in the DLC package with the image above, this includes the manuals, the FAQ sheet, the condition cards, custom dice, turn summaries, play pieces, figurines and more. There are six different characters to choose from and a multitude of weapons, items and status effect cards to put into play.

The user reviews are already showering Berserk Games with praise for how fun and engaging the Zombicide DLC is. Then again, a lot of people looking for fun tabletop gaming experiences usually note that Tabletop Simulator is the go-to game, whether for local play or online play.

The Zombicide DLC for Tabletop Simulator is $9.99. You can get it for the first week of being on sale for a 10% off discounted rate of only $6.99. For more info feel free to check out the Steam store page. Tabletop Simulator is also currently available with full Steam Workshop support for only $19.99.


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