Things have been rather quiet on the streets of Street Crime lately. All of you no doubt are eagerly anticipating the release of kill and attack. So to spice things up a little bit we have listened to some nice suggestions over the past few weeks and taken some action.
Introducing Zombie Infection 2 – A new out break of the zombie virus has occurred 50 miles away from the streets of Street Crime, the first infected are expected to arrive friday at 17:00 game time. Work as a team in your crews to slay the most infected zombies to earn yourself and your crew big prizes.
The top 3 crews will win there crew a unique crew item, which will not be able to be won or bought anywhere else in the game, possibly ever again.
The top 5 players will each win 14 days free memberships, a special badge for there profile identifying them forever more as a top notch hunter of zombies and the following tiered prizes in credit items.
- Top Killer: 200 credits
- Second: 150 credits
- Third: 100 credits
- Fourth: 75 credits
- Fifth: 50 credits
Zombies can bite you, in which case you must visit the hospital and buy the anti toxin to be released. Whilst its up to you to buy the toxin as quickly as possible, the longer you leave it the longer the recovery time before you can get back out into the action will be. Also we’ve added a somewhat sadistic twist, whilst bitten and not cured, your profile status will show ‘infected’, whilst you are infected anyone that sends you a message or attempts to mug you will also become infected, make sure you check peoples status’s before you take actions.
Zombies in this outbreak are tougher than before and take a few more bullets to knock down and make sure they stay down. Its also a good chance for you to test out your new weaponry.
To coincide with the outbreak we will also be holding a 20% off credit item sale starting at 12:00 (midday) friday afternoon and lasting through till monday midday 12:00pm game time.
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