Two weeks ago, I promised that our SteamWorld Dig giveaway would be the first of a two-part SteamWorld blowout. Today, after a busy week of travel and roguelike fun, I make good on that promise. Time to stop digging and start heisting with SteamWorld Heist! We reviewed the game on release, giving it a 9/10 and praising it for its fantastic strategy elements and amazing combat. Check out this gameplay trailer to see what you’ve been missing!

For those not in the know, SteamWorld Heist is the follow-up to Dig, and it is a completely new type of game, having more in common with XCOM than Dig Dug. You take your team of robot thieves into the depths of the world of steam, blasting opposing forces with bullets that bounce off the walls. Just like last time, we have 12 keys evenly distributed between PSN (PS4/Vita), Wii U, 3DS, and Steam. Console codes are region locked to the US, so our international readers should choose Steam when picking out a platform in the handy giveaway widget below.

Steamworld Heist Giveaway

You should know the drill by now! Complete some social actions, get your name in the running, and maybe I’ll be sending you on a mission of robotic criminality in the very near future. I wish everyone the best of luck! Stay tuned to this webzone for more giveaways on most Fridays.

Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. Likes, Subscribes, and Follows count as one entry each, and tweeting is worth one entry once a day. In order to enter, an email must be entered. Email will not be used for anything but entrance into the giveaway. Winners will be contacted via the same entry that was used to win (Facebook/Twitter/YouTube/Email) using a random number generator to determine said winners. TechRaptor reserves the right to pull entries that are seen as exploitative (using multiple accounts, etc.) in order to give the best chances to all participants.

Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, roguelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.