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Surviving The Aftermath (from 29.99 € at pre-order) will soon leave the Early Access and will be published on 16 November 2021 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch at a recommended retail price of 29.99 euros. Players who acquired the Survival Steering Play for consoles of the past generation can also use the game on PS5 or Xbox Series X / S. Owners of the Founder s Edition also receive the Outback Radio Pack as a free content update suitable for the launch. The update to the Early Access End is additionally expanding the final video content.

Paradox: Surviving The Aftermath leaves the Early Access at the same time with the start of the endgame update, which offers a rich quest series and features for the colonies in the later gameplay. The players will discover the secrets behind the Apocalypse and prepare their colony on it, to survive another end of the world.

After 20 major content updates focused on the expansion of the game mechanics and the feedback of the players, today s Surviving The Aftermath opposes the version that went into the early access two years ago, says Let LiljeHahl, Game Director of Surviving The Aftermath. I do not think I ve ever worked on a game where the community was integrated as strongly in development, as at Aftermath. Really every decision, change and supplement we have made is on the feedback of the community attributed – if we could all writing them in the credits, we would do it! They had as much proportion of development as we.

Players build a successful colony in Paradox s second part of the Surviving series and restore civilization in a destroyed world. They arm themselves, attach their gates and fight against the dangers of the Apocalypse bandits, natural disasters, diseases. Also make difficult decisions in order to secure the survival of their colony. They send out specialists about the gates of the colony to collect resources, to meet rival colonies, building outposts and more. Specialists can be equipped with armor and weapons To defend the colony against attacking bandits and wild animals.