Lyft App to Feature Zombies

Photo courtesy of Lyft.
Photo courtesy of Lyft.

This Halloween, when opening the Lyft app, users will see walkers roaming the street instead of the usual car icon.

Teaming with Skybound’s “The Walking Dead,” Lyft drivers might be undead this Halloween. “Request a ride if you dare,” according to the Lyft blog.

For more zombie action, users can play “The Walking Dead: Road to Survival” mobile game for free now.

If you are in New York or San Francisco, Lyft users can even request a free zombie on-demand from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. this Friday Oct. 30.

Click here for the full Lyft blog.

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