- "Disco Pants and Haircuts. Man, lots of space in this mall."
- "Ok, evacuation centers aren't usually this quiet..."
Liberty Mall is a 1980s-style "big box" mall located in Savannah. Its retail mix features all of the usual array of large anchor stores (e.g. Kappel's department store chain), a food court interspersed with smaller retail outlets (e.g. toy stores and jewelers) and service providers (e.g. hairdressers). The mall appears to be a small neighborhood mall as it has three floors containing approximately 84 retail stores in total (About 28 stores per floor).
On this basis, the local residents and shoppers within a 20-minute drive of the mall would be its designed catchment area. Apart from its main entrance to the atrium, there are numerous side doors, emergency exits and service corridors that allowed access to virtually any part of the building.
However, since it was closed for renovation just prior to the Green Flu Infection and was subsequently taken over by CEDA as an evacuation center, many areas inside the mall are inaccessible on account of construction barriers and security fences.
- Big Fashion Girl
- Business Factory Office Supplies
- Clipps Classic Cuts
- Disco Pants and Haircuts
- Fancy Tramp
- Foulkes & Bascombe Jewelers
- Game Country
- Georgia Pork Barrel
- Guardian Sports Source
- Herbal Aspect
- Hobb's Books
- Just For Kidz - this is one of the few stores besides Kappel's the survivors are capable of entering
- Lady Shoes
- Leamington Diamonds
- Little Pants
- Lynn's Cards and Gifts
- Morello Gyros
- Percy's Pets!
- Rooke's Steakhouse
- Sasaki Wireless
- Sheffield Optical
- Taco Bucket
- Trebled Times Music
- Tucker Young Fine Mens Clothiers
- Turnbull Footwear
- Wok on the Wild Side
Just before the outbreak of the Green Flu virus, Liberty Mall's management company closed it to undertake extensive renovation and remodeling that was presumably designed to enhance its fading market appeal and overcome some of the competitive limitations imposed by its old-fashioned architecture and design. Retail tenants responded by either closing their businesses or holding store-wide blowout sales and stock clearances.
The mall's makeover was scheduled to be completed by Fall 2009, an event that was planned to be celebrated by a series of Grand Reopening launch activities including the live appearance of a local hero and stock car ace, Jimmy Gibbs Jr.
However, the Green Flu virus put an end to all of this. The mall's construction went on hold and CEDA commandeered Liberty Mall as an evacuation center. Unfortunately, in common with all of the other plans, this proved to be short-lived and futile as Liberty Mall was easily and rapidly overrun by the infected.
- On rare occasions, the Survivors may come across an infected Jimmy Gibbs Jr. As well, he can be spawned by using a console command.
- Kappel's is the main department store which the Survivors used as an entrance to the mall. The size and appearance of this store is similar to real stores such as "JCpenney" and "Belk" which often feature as Mall department stores.
- If Nick sees the store Disco Pants and Haircuts, he will comment on it saying, "There is a lot of space in this mall". This is a reference to The Blues Brothers.
- CEDA used numerous Solar Message Signs throughout Savannah indicating to the Survivors to head to this mall since the hotel, The Vannah was closed and done evacuating.
- If one looks closely when the Survivors bursted out of the mall, scaffolding can be seen built up a wall next to the entrance and the entrance is barricaded by large bags labeled "masonry mortar."