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  1. If your teammates have fallen in Evil Dead: The Game, you’ll either need to revive them or resurrect their soul. Here’s how you can bring your teammates back to life in Evil Dead: The Game. Evil Dead: The Game is a fresh take on asymmetrical horror games, as players team up to defeat the Kandarian demon and the dreaded Deadites. Tackling the undead is no easy feat in Evil Dead: The Game and you’ll likely need to revive your teammates, or even resurrect their souls. Fear not as reviving your friends and bringing them back into the fight isn’t as difficult as it may seem. How to revive your teammates in Evil Dead: The Game Collecting the pages of the Necronomicon will often lead to one or two of your teammates facing certain death. If your teammate is bleeding out in battle, here’s how you can revive them: Locate your teammate via the ‘Bleeding Out’ logo on-screen Stand next to your teammate to activate the ‘Revive’ prompt Hold down ‘Revive’ Once you’ve revived your fallen teammate, make sure to heal up using Shemp’s Cola, which can found around the map. Some classes grant extra buffs too, so it’s worth heading back to the menu and leveling up your character once in a while. If you can’t revive your teammates, their soul will need to be resurrected, if you wish to bring them back into battle. How to resurrect souls in Evil Dead: The Game Evil Dead: The Game isn’t forgiving and the onslaught of Deadites will take out your teammates along the way. To bring back your teammates from the afterlife, you need to resurrect their soul by following these steps: Find your teammate’s soul Stand next to it and hold down ‘Collect’ Take it to the ‘Altar’ location marked on-screen At the ‘Altar’, hold down ‘Resurrect’ Now your teammate will appear back in the game as you continue your quest to defeat the Dark Ones. Keep in mind that it's not always ideal to revive or resurrect immediately if a team member is downed or dead. Even though revive is fast, you open yourself up to powerful attacks from bosses and other enemies. Also, while a member of your team is down, the enemy player can't get fear of off the downed player and thus level up slower. If you are certain that you can win the fight with one or two members downed, it might be better to let them bleed out, win the fight and then resurrect them at an alter. Remember, if you are on the last stages, getting the dagger or the Necronomicon pages, winning the fight will expel the demon and giving you plenty of time to resurrect dead players. Another important thing to know is that on the very last stage, when the two minute timer begins to defend the necronomicon, there are no second chances. If a player is killed by the demon, the player is dead, like really dead. No revives or resurrects.
  2. Evil Dead The Game will have one huge map and it will have several different locations according to the game developers. Saber Interactive was recently interviewed by YouTuber unCAGEDgamez talking about details of the upcoming Evil Dead The Game. They discussed various topics like gameplay, lore, crossplay, and many more. One of the details first discussed was about the map. Chief Creative Officer Tim Willits revealed that Evil Dead The Game does not have various maps to choose from at launch (in this interview because they revealed there will be another map later on, Castle Kandar DLC map). Instead, it will be one huge map with many various locations that the players will randomly spawn in. Each location will have an interesting point of interest that directly comes from the Evil Dead TV series and movies. Willits explains that these locations will have random objectives to complete to gain some rewards that can help defeat the Deadites. The whole map will have different weather effects and different times at night. Each playthrough will be different as objectives for each location will be randomized, weather effects will be different, and other elements that will make every experience unique. Narrative Director Craig Sherman also revealed some of the points of interest that players will encounter in their playthrough. According to him, Evil Dead fans will definitely recognize these locations from various movies and TV series. He revealed Ash’s Home from Ash vs. Evil Dead, the notorious Knowby cabin from the original The Evil Dead and other mediums, and more. There are also spooky locations like a crash airplane site called Flight 666, a derelict doll factory, cemeteries, and more.
  3. Survivors Need To Stick Together One of Evil Dead: The Game's primary mechanics is Fear. As the Survivors explore the map, each character's Fear will increase. The more characters are suffering from high Fear, the faster the Kandarian Demon levels up. If a character's Fear meter is at its maximum, the Kandarian Demon can sense and even possess them, taking temporary control of the character and attacking the other Survivors. Fear is inevitable, but the Survivors can keep it under control by staying together and having a plan. A character's Fear increases much more quickly if there are no other Survivors around, so it's important not to go running off on your own. By the same token, the Demon can benefit tremendously if they manage to isolate a Survivor. Use Vehicles The game's map is fairly large, and the Survivors are on a time limit to gather all the components necessary to banish the Dark Ones. While driving a vehicle will attract the attention of the Demon, it's a much faster and safer mode of travel than moving on foot. Walking through the woods exposes the Survivors to Deadite attacks and unnecessary increases to their Fear, so if you find a car have everyone pile in and floor it to your next destination. This goes for the Demon as well - if you've found the Survivors and there's a vehicle nearby, you can possess it and run them down Christine-style. Alternately, you can distract the Survivors with Deadites and then drive the nearest vehicle far away, forcing them to hoof it. Always Turn Your Flashlight On Indoors Indoor areas provide enough sense of safety to allow Survivors to recover from Fear, and they also tend to be the places with the most items to grab. Whenever you're ransacking a house for supplies, be sure to turn on your flashlight. Some items will only appear if illuminated by a Survivor's flashlight, so leaving it off will cause you to miss out on useful gear. Each Survivor's flashlight has limited battery life. Once the flashlight dies, it cannot be used for the rest of the match. Remember to turn your flashlight off when you're not searching for items. Killing Survivors Is Hard The Survivors in Evil Dead: The Game really live up to their name. Each member of the team can take considerable punishment before being downed, and even then can be revived by their teammates. While this doesn't mean Survivors should take unnecessary risks, it does mean they can afford to be reckless from time to time. From the Demon's perspective, this means you shouldn't expect to eliminate all the Survivors in one encounter. It's much better to identify stragglers and try to pick them off one by one. The fewer Survivors that make it to the final encounter, the better. Finish The Match Even If You Can't Win We get it, losing is frustrating - maybe your teammates are just running around killing Deadites while you only have one map piece and five minutes left on the clock, or maybe you're the Demon and the Survivors have the Necronomicon on lockdown. Either way, you should see the match through. Leaving a match early will cause you to forfeit all rewards gained from the match, robbing you of a chance to level up and do better next time. Every Character Starts With One Skill Point It might not be readily apparent, especially if you dive right into a game the first time you launch Evil Dead, but each playable character has a Skill Point ready to be assigned from the get-go. You can get an immediate edge by going to the Collection screen to assign this point. Since each character of the same class uses the same skill tree, there's only one skill that can be enhanced right away, it's unclear why this Skill Point isn't just automatically assigned. Whatever the reason, you'll be that much more effective in your early matches if you take the time to manually assign the points for the characters you intend to play. Remember To Level Up During A Match You'd be amazed how easy it is to forget you've earned a stat boost. Survivors especially can pick up a can of Pink F right before a battle and then move on without using it. Using the upgrades you've earned is essential for both the Survivors and the Demon, so don't forget. If you play a character consistently, pick a voice line they use fairly often. Whenever the voice line plays, double-check to make sure you aren't sitting on any unused stat points.
  4. All Evil Dead: The Game classes have their respective powers and roles to play as you go up against either the Deadites and Kandarian demons, or alternatively, against Ash Williams and the survivors. Some excel at ranged combat, some help their allies, some summon allies and some puke on people. Takes all sorts, it seems, but it means there's a class and role for everybody playing Evil Dead: The Game. We'll go through all the Evil Dead classes below, including what they do and how they should be played. There's seven different classes in Evil Dead: The Game, four for the survivors and three for the demons. Survivors Hunters Leaders Support Warriors Demons/Deadites Necromancers Puppeteers Warlords Survivors in the Evil Dead are basically our heroes - humans from the films determined to quell the evil in the area and escape with their body parts still attached. There's a set number of four survivors in each game. Hunters (Survivors) Hunters are often by nature, ranged fighters who keep enemies at a distance and avoid melee fighting when they can. They can hold greater ammo than most classes and are superior to other classes at locating resources. There's actually an extra character here - whereas most classes have three people to pick from, this class has four. Includes: Ash Williams (Evil Dead 2) Amanda Fisher (Ash vs. Evil Dead) Ed Getley (Evil Dead 2) Kelly Maxwell (Ash vs. Evil Dead) Leaders (Survivors) Leaders serve as a kind of frontline support class, buffing nearby allies by reducing incoming damage, boosting outgoing damage, curing status conditions and revealing objectives. While there's nothing forcing you to obey the Leader, they can help organise and rally players properly. Stay close to them for the best effect. Includes: Ash Williams (Ash vs. Evil Dead TV Series) Annie Knowbury (Evil Dead 2) Lord Arthur (Army of Darkness) Support (Survivors) Whereas the Leaders help allies on the frontlines, Support hangs back a little more and pulls the loose teeth and daggers out of their allies with various healing powers. They can also mark targets and carry more consumables than other classes. Includes: Ash Williams (Evil Dead) Cheryl Williams (Evil Dead) Pablo Simon Bolivar (Ash vs. Evil Dead) Warriors (Survivors) Whereas Hunters are ranged fighters, Warriors are melee-focused fighters who stand on the frontlines, acting as tanks and mowing down nearby demons as efficiently as possible. They don't have much effectiveness over range, but it doesn't matter - their job is to stand between the oncoming horrors and your less durable allies, chainsawing anything that gets too close. Includes: Ash Williams (Army of Darkness) Henry the Red (Army of Darkness) Scotty (Evil Dead) The Demonic forces, sometimes known as the Deadites when they take over human bodies, are the villains. There's only one player-controlled Demon character in any game, but they're individually tougher than any of the humans, as they're actually a bodiless, overseeing force that can set and trigger traps, spawn minions of varying power, possess players and objects, and eventually manifest themselves as powerful boss Deadites with special abilities. Necromancers (Demons) The Necromancers come wholly from the Army of Darkness movie - there's Evil Ash, who you might remember pulling himself out of Ash's shoulder before taking a shotgun to the nose and being buried - and two variants of Skeleton minion to boot. Necromancers do a mix of summoning and melee combat, fighting on the front line among other minions that they work with as a collective horde. Includes: Evil Ash (Army of Darkness) Skeleton Elite (Army of Darkness) Skeleton (Army of Darkness) Puppeteers (Demons) The Puppeteers are remote or ranged fighters who impede the survivors, pin them down, or just sling things at them from a safer distance. Using more complex attacks, this is a class type that takes a little more thought, but rewards tactical striking and careful selection of targets. Includes: Deadite Berserker Demi Eligos Eligos Warlords (Demons) Warlords are tanky brutes, probably the simplest class of all, using heavy strikes, short-range AOE attacks, and even their own severed limbs to brutalise nearby foes. What ranged attacks they have are limited, but as a Warlord you can do a lot of damage to survivors by getting in the middle of them and just flailing at every face you see. Includes: Deadite Deadite Elite Henrietta

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