Items other than weapons are available. Frank can try different outfits from the mall`s clothing stores – such as a Special Forces uniform, wrestling boots, a hockey mask and Mega Man X armor. He can carry with him certain books that can give bonuses, for example. B increasing the shelf life of weapons. He may consume food and drink while he regains health, or mix them to make various “juices” that have temporary effects on the player. In Infinity mode, players must eat food to stay alive, as Frank`s health decreases every 100 seconds. They cannot access the supermarket inside the mall, and food is limited, but they can buy weapons and food from all the characters; Survivors are hostile to them in this mode. If this is your first game, it is best to overtake the zombies; Jumping will make it harder for the undead to catch you on the way up the stairs. If, by chance, you lose all your health, Otis will drag you into the safe space; Otherwise, Frank will be on his own. After the scene of the cup, follow your steps through Al Fresca Plaza on the way back to the security room.
Be sure to take care of all active shovels at this location. You meet at the Food Court, from here you go to the gates of the amusement park. If it took you too long to come here, you could get in trouble if you find a military jeep full of armed prisoners. They look like they are raping and killing defenceless civilians. Also, when the clock strikes seven o`clock, you`ll notice that zombies` eyes start to blush when they gain strength. If you leave the park, it is best to cut directly on Paradise Park. It is best to stop near the trees, because the convicts hunt you when they get too close. This is especially recommended when you have survivors with you. The trees keep them dead in their tracks. While you`re running for your life, you should notice the young object of the inmates` burning desires, Sophie. If you can approach her and talk to her, she will join your group. Then make their way the rest of the road through the park, to Paradise Plaza, and (relative) safety.