The action-packed brand of high-stakes robbery delivered by Overkill Software's Payday: The Heist might just be pulling off its next job in the middle of a zombie apocalypse.
Payday: The Heist will be available for download in North America on Oct. 18 on the PlayStation 3 for $19.99, according to Sony Online Entertainment.
Payday: The Heist is a first-person cooperative heist game inspired by some of the best in crime cinema.
In my hour spent wearing a macabre clown mask robbing banks, looting armored vans and freeing prisoners, I rarely managed to succeed.
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For all those tired of the same old squad based FPS scenarios, Payday: The Heist offers new settings to take on.
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SOE's Payday: The Heist, an upcoming shooter for the PS3 and PC, looks kind of fun. I like how it's short, but in the way it structures its missions encourages repeat play and experimentation.
Gamers work well in teams. We've slaughtered zombies, repelled rebels, routed RED (or BLU)—all with the help of our friends. Now we get to rob banks.
These are the first screenshots of Payday: The Heist.