Wield the SHIELD: With ‘Dead On Arrival 2’ the End of the World Never Looked So Good

Think you have what it takes to survive the apocalypse?

Put your survival chops to the test in the fast-paced, Zombie-survival mayhem of Dead on Arrival 2 on our Project SHIELD portable.

Dead on Arrival 2 fires up mayhem-spewing weapons to take on hordes of the walking dead.

Custom-built blasters like a fire-spitting minigun and a room-clearing rocket launcher ensure you’ll be properly armed.

You’ll fight for your life in an industrial playground filled with deadly traps and even deadlier enemies.

Project SHIELD, powered by the Tegra 4 processor, is helping N3V Games crank the zombie-blasting to the max.

Tegra 4-specific enhancements include dynamic shadows, real-time object and ragdoll physics, ultra-realistic blood splatter and incredible lighting and post-processing effects.

With Dead on Arrival 2, one thing is certain; the end of the world never looked so good.

Stay up-to-date with all things Project SHIELD. Hit the “Notify Me” button at http://shield.nvidia.com/.

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  • renz

    the graphic enhancement done on tegra 4 looks nice. hopefully you guys can bring more tegra enhance games to android 🙂

  • http://blogs.nvidia.com/ Will Park

    Thanks! And yes, that is the plan 🙂

  • Denys Tudan

    when i can bay this?))

  • Denys Tudan

    what if my pc 3 mil away. can i play?

  • Sagar Rawal

     I suppose if you had a low latency/high bandwidth cell connection, you could share it with Shield, and connect to your home network via a VPN tunnel.

    With that set up, you would be able to play.  (Although I suspect the experience would not be great, and the Project Shield streaming app may prevent connectivity unless a minimum connectivity performance threshold is met)

  • Iskan Makedonskyi

    alien shooter