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Projekt Z from 314 Arts is starting to really sound like it's shaping up nicely and we now know a bit more about the world, their plans for monetization and more.

Their latest developer video goes into quite a few aspects of the gameplay including character intro-missions, the customizable hub area, a new damage system, inventory management and the monetization system. We've been following it for a while and how they planned to fund it was a big question that they've answered - which will be through a Kickstarter and a Battle Pass type of system to pay and get a few extras. They did mention that all the extras will be post-launched, after the main content is done. The extra paid content will include things like skins and pad mission packs.

Learn more in the below video:

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They also now have a Steam page to follow along.

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3 comments

1xok 27 Jul
QuoteAn error occurred while processing your request:

This product is currently not available in your country.

North Korea?

No, Germany.
ysblokje 27 Jul
Quoting: 1xok
QuoteAn error occurred while processing your request:

This product is currently not available in your country.

North Korea?

No, Germany.

Which was mentioned in the linked video.


I hope this game will be fun. I prefer coop games, but there's just not enough of them. Managing health doesn't sound like fun, but we'll see.
BielFPs 27 Jul
Does this game will have bots to play coop?
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