Grounded is a survival game developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Microsoft.
Players play as a character shrunk down to the size of an ant, struggling to survive in an ordinary backyard full of dangers and hazards.
Obsidian's sandbox survival title exits early access with new armor, weapons, Mutations, creatures, bosses, and areas to explore.
Other notable additions for the subscription service's catalog include Moonscars, Hardspace: Shipbreaker, and more.
This feature allows for sharing one's world with other players, whether it's rehosting a world or providing a copy of their world to others.
Obsidian has announced that Grounded is finally exiting early access on September 27. The game spent two years in early access.
Obsidian Entertainment's not-so-tiny survival game is finally getting its full launch, bringing new armor recipes, new weapon recipes, the giant Mantis, and more.
Despite being planned for launch this year, journalist Jeff Grubb says the survival sandbox title "might actually not go 1.0" in 2022.
The survival sandbox title is currently holding a free weekend for PC players on Steam, which ends on February 13th at 8 AM PT.
Weapon upgrades, stats, armor types, and new enemies also await in the biggest update yet for Obsidian's sandbox survival title.
Later this month, players will be able to upgrade health and stamina, apply status effects to weapons and equip different armor types.
Grounded: Doom and Shroom update adds cute little companion animals as well as fierce giant spiders, all coming later this month.
Obsidian Entertainment wants to make future updates for the survival game "more meaningful with more and better content."
Increased graphical fidelity, improved loading times, and HDR support also promised.
A new world landmark, tougher Ant Soldiers, and much more also included.
It will be the first one many monthly updates.
The game's Director gives a big thanks to those enjoying the early access.
The small game apparently has some big fans.
Obsidian's new title has already topped the Steam top-sellers charts.
It instead promises a game of tiny proportions, in every sense of the word.
A full month for both Xbox One and PC.
No worries needed about those eight-legged menaces.
Get a taste of Obsidian's bite sized adventure game next month.
The mode will help those who don't like dealing with giant spiders.
Get a lengthy look at the single player portion of the upcoming game.
The survival game will be playable for people next month.
Don't expect any new details on the Xbox Series X though.
Obsidian outlines initial content and how it will communicate with players throughout development.
Xbox Insiders might also get access to a beta "very soon".
It will hit Xbox Game Preview for Xbox One and PC before launch.