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The fantastic looking Death Trash gains a permanent demo

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After a success of Steam Next Fest, the upcoming post-apocalyptic flesh-filled world of Death Trash is sticking around with the demo becoming permanent.

Death Trash has now been in development for around six years, developer Crafting Legends has confirmed now that the demo that was released for Steam Next Fest 2021 shall be staying put and they've been rolling out lots of fixes over the last week to the game.

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It's easily on of the best demos I've played in a very long time (check out some Linux footage). With some absolutely fantastic art that really shows off the strange world nicely. Far from done though, they still have to finish the game and the Early Access release will contain a bunch more content. Crafting Legends mentioned how they have a "strong grasp on the world of Death Trash and its personality" but what they need is feedback on the gameplay and how it feels and so that is why they're doing Early Access. The demo will also continue to see upgrades on the technical side but of course it won't get new content.

Really nice to see more developers decide to keep their demos, so people can get a glimpse into the world they're building. I do hope more developers keep their demo around.

Try out Death Trash from Steam. The Early Access release is due for August 5.

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