We've seen Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead comic book series come to life on AMC's TV series, and soon you'll be able to navigate the post-apocalyptic world of the comic in Disruptor Beam's new mobile game, The Walking Dead: March to War. Ahead of the game's release later this year, new artwork and details have been revealed.

In an interview on Disruptor Beam's blog, here's what Lead Narrative Designer Jessica Sliwinski had to say about the game's original character, Amira, who can be viewed in the gallery below:

"Amira is an original character, created by the Disruptor Beam team exclusively for The Walking Dead: March to War. You and Amira meet in the very first moments of the game, and form an instant bond by saving each other’s lives. Amira will become your right hand woman and earliest advisor, informed by her deep knowledge of the D.C. area as a local resident before the dead started walking."

To read more of Sliwinski's comments on the Council System, visit Disruptor Beam's blog, and check out the new art below. And, in case you missed it, check out previously revealed character art from The Walking Dead: March to War.

"The Walking Dead: March to War is a story-driven multiplayer strategy game. Players must fight alongside and against others for control of scarce resources in and around a devastated Washington D.C., while fending off walkers and attempting to rebuild society. As the leader of a group of survivors, each player will assemble a team including a Council of well-known characters from The Walking Dead such as Rick, Michonne, and Negan. Faced with an ongoing series of moral choices, players will defend their camp against hordes of walkers and, the bigger threat, other survivors. Inspired by the stark look of The Walking Dead comics, March to War will feature rich 3D graphics unlike anything seen in other The Walking Dead or strategy mobile games.

The Walking Dead: March to War will be free-to-play and released on the App Store and Google Play this year. Fans should register as a Survivor at www.MarchtoWar.com to stay up-to-date on the latest developments as more details are announced."

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