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Graywalkers: Purgatory set for Early Access on Q1 2017, will feature 50+ hours of gameplay for Single Player

Graywalkers: Purgatory set for Early Access on Q1 2017, will feature 50+ hours of gameplay for Single Player

by LouisOctober 31, 2016
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Multiplayer mode will also be made available at a later update via free DLC.

Dreamlords Digital’s upcoming turn-based RPG Graywalkers: Purgatory reveals what is perhaps one of its most important update as it is now set for Steam’s Early Access this Q1 of 2017.

In our quick chat with Dreamlords Digital’s CEO and Creative Director Russell Tomas over at the Electronic Sports and Gaming Summit 2016, he stated that the game will feature more than 50 hours of single player gameplay, with more content to arrive via DLC once it is fully released. As it is a turn-based strategy title, Graywalkers will also include multiplayer functions, albeit it will arrive at a later free update.

Graywalkers takes much of its inspiration from games like XCom and the old Fallout titles, set in a post apocalyptic world, you control more than 40 different characters from 6 different races, each with their own distinct personalities and abilities. Aside from the usual turn-based tactical combat, Graywalkers also has other features such as resource management and even feature creatures from Filipino folklore such as the Kapre and Manananggal.

Graywalkers: Purgatory was originally slated for release last January 2016 according to its Kickstarter Campaign but has since then moved towards later dates until the latest update that we got which is the Steam Early Access release on Q1 2017. The game is set for release on Windows, Mac, Linux, PS4 and Xbox One, with an Alpha demo available for download over at Graywalkers.com.

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