GRAVEN, the dark-fantasy action-adventure FPS, has today had a demo version launched on PC. Viscerafest from Acid Man Games also receives a demo as part of the Steam Game Festival.
From today players can explore parts of GRAVEN‘s first hub world, the plague-ridden swamp town of Cruxfirth. The game promises a blend of classic shooters, immersive sims, and action-RPGs for this demo. Conjure magics to solve environmental puzzles and fell your foes as you battle Dihedral Deacons, Mire Reavers, and Razorfins in swamps and murky ruins
This first demo only offers a single-player experience, but GRAVEN will also support split-screen co-op or online play online at launch.
Viscerafest sees players fighting through hordes of aliens and eldritch monstrosities wielding a slew of powerful weapons. Navigate nonlinear levels stuffed to the brim with secrets, completing puzzles to progress. Players will wield nine unique weapons as they slaughter over two dozen different enemy types. Ranging from the minor grunts who make up the U.S.C’s forces, to monsters beyond your ability to comprehend such as The Soul Hunters.
New enemy types are introduced every level, each compounding the challenges you’ll face with a variety of attacks and behaviors.
Both demos are available for a limited time only. They will be removed at 10am PST, 9th February 2021.
GRAVEN will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and PC in 2021. The game has been developed by Slipgate Ironworks and will be published by 3D Realms and 1C Entertainment.
Viscerafest is also scheduled for release in 2021, exclusively on PC. The initial release will be via Steam Early Access.
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