Infection Free Zone has just launched its Kickstarter campaign


Infection Free Zone is not your typical zombie survival game. The very streets you walk every day to work or school are being ported to the game’s core. Players can literally build a fortress in their backyard to fend off and survive a zombie apocalypse. The main goal of the Kickstarter support is developing the game’s large-scale map to the fullest so it can meet the expectations of the player base. The game’s map is based on OpenStreetMap’s real-world data API, making the whole experience a bit more personal.

Infection Free Zone is a base-building, city rebuilder strategy game set in a post-apocalyptic future. Become an apocalypse survivor and take the lead of a group of those still alive and mentally healthy from your city and try to establish a new “Infection Free Zone” that will allow you to make it through the night. Scavenge for resources in real-life buildings in your neighborhood or workplace, fight the infected, and defend your base from other survivors’ attacks. Consider anything and everything that might increase your chances of living, and rebuild the world as you knew it.

Key Features:

  • Rebuild any REAL CITY in the world. Use OpenStreetMap’s real-world data and choose any city in the world in which to play. Set up shelters and production facilities. Adapt existing buildings to new needs. Build farms and powerplants, and don’t forget to establish defenses with walls, gates, and towers.
  • Scavenge for resources. Make good use of your knowledge of the city and find the best place to defend your base. Remember where the grocery stores and pharmacies were. Figure out where to find weapons. Keep in mind that old, devastated buildings might be filled with resources but also with the infected lurking in the dark. So, if you decide to explore the ruins, you’d better be well-prepared.
  • Fight the infected. Prepare for large hordes of enemies attacking your base every night. Fight them off with every tool available – melee and ranged weapons, vehicles, walls, and even light sources. Choose to research a vaccine or cure that will stop the virus from spreading and ensure your ultimate victory, or simply enjoy rebuilding entire cities.
  • Protect your base from the living. Remember that your zone is not the only one that exists out there. And, while some other groups of people who survived may be friendly, willing to help, and trade with you, others may turn out to be as hostile as the infected.

Infection Free Zone is now live on Kickstarter. The game is being developed by Jutsu Games and will be published by Games Operators on PC in early 2023. Kickstarter backers will be able to play the beta version of the game in Q1 2022.


VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)
Infection Free Zone has just launched its Kickstarter campaign, 10.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating

No Comments

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.