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Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor hits Early Access on February 14th

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What could be my next favourite horde survival game and an off-shoot of one of the best online co-op games around, Deep Rock Galactic: Survivor is launching in Early Access on February 14th.

Taking the basics of Deep Rock Galactic and merging them in with the auto-shooting horde survival elements from Vampire Survivors, their previous demos were a lot of fun to play through so I'm pretty excited for this one. It's somewhat unique for this genre too being set across multiple stage runs with you needing to extract from each map, and then dive down deeper.

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At the initial Early Access release they will have 4 classes, 40 weapons, 20 enemy types, 3 biomes and a deep progression system with plans to continue expanding on all of it for the 6-12 months of the planned development.

The previous demo worked great with Proton!

You can follow it on Steam.

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g000h Feb 5
Yeah, I enjoyed the demo of this, a few months back.
Eri Feb 5
Sorry, fellow dwarfs, even if I'm willing to ignore the fact that it's an early access just because is DRG, Tomb Raider I-III Remastered releases the same day.

But we'll definitively see our faces again in the deeps of Hoxxes. Rock and Stone!
Bogomips Feb 5
Well, I spent 16 h on the demo so I guess I will continue mining :P
dpanter Feb 5
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