Endzone – A World Apart Celebrates End of Early Access w/ New Trailer

Endzone – A World Apart Celebrates End of Early Access w/ New Trailer

It’s been a long and occasionally radioactive road, but the end of the Early Access period for multi-award-winning survival simulation, Endzone – A World Apart, is right around the corner. After selling an impressive 150,000 units during Early Access, on March 18, 2021, the game will see a full launch on Windows PC via Steam and GOG. To celebrate this amazing milestone, Publisher Assemble Entertainment and developer Gentlymad Studios have released a handy and informative ‘Recap Trailer’ that sums up all the incredible accomplishments and updates the game has received during Early Access. The devs are also pleased to announce that the game will be receiving its first exciting new expansion later this year.

Throughout the Early Access period, the team at Gentlymad have been all-hands-on-deck providing fixes, patches, and content expansions to keep players engaged in the survival of their post-apocalyptic colonies. During this phase, the developers released a whopping 11 major updates, adding new mechanics, buildings, environmental hazards, equipment, branching skill trees, and more. To help everyone keep up with all the progress, the new trailer gives viewers a glimpse into the game’s progress from April to now, detailing the 100+ new side missions, 24 new expeditions, 33 new buildings, countless patches and fixes, and of course, the 40,300+ trees planted as a result of the partnership with One Tree Planted.

Steeped in a world poisoned with radiation poisoning following a worldwide nuclear disaster, Endzone – A World Apart tasks players with a monumental responsibility: build a civilization and maintain the wellbeing of Earth’s last remaining human colony. Much like its genre peers such as Surviving Mars, Frostpunk, or Surviving the Aftermath, players will use the tools at their disposal to build housing structures, develop a functioning electrical system, and maintain stable water and food supplies. Unlike its competitors, Endzone – A World Apart won’t see players face off against ghastly ghouls and irradiated monstrosities. Instead, violent weather events, such as sandstorms and drought, will seek to destroy.

Endzone – A World Apart will launch on March 18, 2021, Windows PC via Steam and GOG and is currently available for $23.99 USD until launch.

Assemble Entertainment has also teamed up with the charitable organization One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every Save the World Edition bundle purchase. In addition, players that buy the Save the World bundle will also receive a free copy of the game’s stellar soundtrack!

Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/933820/

‘Early Access Journey’  Trailer:

‘Trade & Barter’ Update Trailer:

“A World Apart” Feature Trailer:

“Technology Update” Trailer:


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