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See Tom Payne and Alanna Masterson Teach You to Play AMC and Next Games’ ‘The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land’

Published on February 26th, 2018 | Updated on February 26th, 2018 | By FanFest

Fans of The Walking Dead have something pretty cool to smile about today after that heartwrenching episode last night. It comes in the form of a companion to The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land and it features two of our favorites from the series: Tom Payne and Alanna Masterson.

If you don’t know already, No Man’s Land is an incredibly realistic and almost ‘real-time’ game based on The Walking Dead. You begin by following Daryl through a series of ‘how to’s’ and beginner missions before taking part in the all-out war.

Now, Next Games has taken it a step farther with a series of video instructions starring Tom and Alanna as they highlight some of the most important parts of the game. A press release gave the following statement on the just-released ‘Playtime with Jesus’.

‘Playtime with Jesus” features Payne showing Masterson and viewers how to play “The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land” through a series of eight lessons, including how to tackle story missions and fight enemies with special weapons. Beginning Monday, February 26, the video spots will rollout in-game, on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and on-air during and following the mid-season premiere of “The Walking Dead” season 8 on Sunday, February 25 on AMC.’

These video clips are less than 30 seconds, totally charming, and actually really informative if you’re a big player of The Walking Dead: No Man’s Land.

In this next clip, Payne explains ‘Bruisers’ and how they don’t only know how to pack a punch, but take a hit too. Alanna shows up prepared, but it looks like she’s a day early for the big softball game.

The pair discusses the importance of guilds too, and how they’re absolutely necessary for survival. When Tom asks Alanna to join his guild, she reminds him who’s actually in charge.

Needless to say, if you didn’t already have the game downloaded, you’ve done so now. With good reason, too. The game is addictive once you start that first mission.

You can follow No Man’s Land on Twitter and Facebook and don’t forget to download the game if you haven’t done so yet.



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