About Contagion Game
Contagion was developed back in 2013 by Monochrome and despite somewhat outdated graphics, it aged well. Incorporating Source game engine, the game has realistic physics but sometimes it's quite hilarious to observe certain ragdoll effects. The good news is developers didn't abandon this project and keep adding content to it without labeling it with additional price tags. There are singleplayer and multiplayer modes. It's a good idea to beat the campaign on an easy level of difficulty to get used to the game mechanics. As soon as you get the idea, you can embark on everyone's favorite co-op Escape mode or plunge into captivating PvP multiplayer battles. Contagion supports Steam Workshop and encourages the modding community to develop and share the mods that not only add enhancements but serve as a way to sustain the life of the game itself and can spark interest among the zombie shooter player base.
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Contagion game trailer
The brand new launch trailer introduces players to the Contagion
OS: Windows® 7 32/64-bit / Windows® 8 32/64-bit / Windows® 10 32/64-bit
Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Dual Core Processor
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX® 9 compatible video card with 256 MB, Shader model 2.0. ATI X800, NVidia 6600 or better
Storage: 10 GB HDD Space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible
Hardware: Mouse & Keyboard
Other Requirements: Broadband Internet Connection
Contagion gameplay video
Contagion review and gameplay of the game
Reviews Contagion Game
Contagion is not an ordinary zombie shooter, but a more realistic and excellent approach to the popular genre with unique characters, environments, weapons, objects and a built-in system that makes each round completely unpredictable with constantly changing resources, goals and paths
- Game mechanics and atmosphere is good. Game is fun.
- It needs more maps.
- No zombie knockback. This is the only complain, zombie can haqve a large hole in chest but it wont react to shotgun at all.