Surviving the Aftermath out next year.
Paradox Interactive and developer Haemimont Games’ planetary colonisation sim Surviving Mars (which is quite great, you may recall) is obtaining a post-apocalyptic stick to-up. It is named Surviving the Aftermath and will be heading to Computer and consoles “late” subsequent year.
According to Paradox’s largely detail-deficient Surviving the Aftermath unveiling, the game will “obtain new techniques to utilise [the] survival management gameplay” observed in its predecessor, and will “experiment with these mechanics in new and exciting techniques that we believe our players will enjoy.” Further details, hopefully of a much more substantial nature, will be unveiled through this year’s PDXCON, on Saturday, 19th October.
About the only other detail of note to be gleaned at present is that Paradox will be releasing Surviving the Aftermath in early access “quickly”, even though the programme seems to be restricted to the Epic Games Shop and Xbox A single, initially at least. Right here is an animated logo:
The remainder of Paradox’s announcement is all extremely Epic-Games-Shop-centric. The important issue, even so, is that players will be capable to choose up Surviving Mars and its alright-ish Space Race DLC for cost-free through Epic’s storefront, from Thursday, 10th October till Thursday, 17th October. So if you happen to be all of a sudden struck with the urge to turn an inhospitable wasteland into a thriving colony of cute glass domes but do not fancy paying funds for the privilege, your resolution is right here.
Surviving the Aftermath will, following its early access improvement period, launch on Steam, PlayStation four, Xbox A single, and the Epic Games Shop toward the finish of 2020.