Race through levels, or create and share your own with other players, and attempt to beat the clock while gunning down hordes of foes.
In development since April 2019, the top-down rogue-lite shooter has released in full with the new Fortress area, Torments, weapons and more.
After almost four years of development - two of those in early access - the rogue-lite side-scroller will finally release later this month.
Lancarse's rogue-lite zombie survival title currently features over 100 skills and items, two playable characters, and three bosses to battle.
Set in the Hyper Light universe, the 3D rogue-lite action title is set in the Overgrowth and involves defeating the Abyss King.
Survival and Escape battle modes, new units for each factions, Forsaken Villages, and a new scenario with quests have also been added.
Nine new characters, 16 new weapons and evolutions, and some brand new mechanics will be added to the bullet hell rogue-like.
Despite being planned for launch this year, journalist Jeff Grubb says the survival sandbox title "might actually not go 1.0" in 2022.
A tutorial, an option to disable level scaling, more customization, level cap increase, skills for animals and more are slated for the coming months.
Priced at $34.99, it currently offers three regions, each with 10 to 15 hours of gameplay; 550 items; 240 skills; and 30 playable classes.
The open world RPG is expected to remain in early access for about 12 months with more regions, modes and content to come.
The console versions will support cross-platform play and cross-progression with the PC version (which is still slated for December 2nd).
The rogue-lite shooter was delayed again to implement features like save and resume, added class variations and polish for co-op.
The free to play battle royale title will be available for all PC players via Steam Early Access. It's slated to release later this year.
The free to play competitive multiplayer title will launch into Steam Early Access and features dragon riders battling it out for supremacy.
Valve's Steam Fest Next will run for a week, from June 16th - 22nd, and offer players access to hundreds of free game demos.
The isometric 3D roguelike shooter will have a demo on June 16th which includes two classes. New footage showcases the changed perspective.
Konami's unexpected sequel to the 1987 classic is now playable on PC.
Full release planned for 2022 on PC and Switch.
Features new weapons, Factions and fully 3D environments.