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Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor is a Vampire Survivors styled spin-off

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Ghost Ship Publishing and Funday Games recently announced a Deep Rock Galactic spin-off named Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor and I need it right now.

Designed very much like the smash hit Vampire Survivors, it lets you explore the world of Deep Rock as a single player survivor-like auto-shooter. They sure are a lot of these games now, however this is building upon a well-established name and Deep Rock Galactic is one of my all-time favourite co-op games, and as a big fan of these horde shooters, I'm keen to give it a run on Linux Desktop and Steam Deck.

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No doubt it will work great with Proton at release. The Early Access release will have these features ready:

  • 4 playable characters
  • +30 weapons
  • +10 enemy types
  • 1-3 bosses
  • 3-5 biomes
  • Multiple mission types
  • A deep progression system of perks, artifacts and upgrades

From what they said, it will remain in Early Access potentially for up to a year. During this time they plan to add in more of basically everything. Gimme.

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rob0tman5 Mar 4, 2023
I might give this game a go when it comes out, i hope it works good with Proton (if there is no Linux Build).
shibuya Mar 4, 2023
For rock and stone!
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Single player looter shooter? To each his own, but not my jam. One of the many reasons I love Deep Rock is because I can jump into a co-op game with random players and pretty dependably have a good time without griefers.
TheSHEEEP Mar 4, 2023
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That genre is getting more saturated than a Marvel movie on post-effect crack.
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