Rise of the Infected is set in a society in the far future. It does not exist as it once was. The climate has changed, and areas that were once habitable have turned into a literal hell, too hot for any human to survive. This change is responsible for the killing 90% of the world’s population.
Only the northern continents are habitable, with two main human populations. One area is composed of what was once the United States and Canada. Their enemies are the Eastern continents, lands located far across the sea.
Human society has turned to a kill or be killed mentality, overrun with slaver compounds, which profit on weakness. The main surviving cities are filled with greed and death, the strong ruling over the weak. It seems like the end is near already.
And then the Eastern continents attack and change everything.
I love dystopian worlds, there seems to be something desperate about their stories, something that pulls at the strings even more. It was a very fun to combine a dystopian setting with the rise of the infected, where every day is just about survival.
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