Like raising armies of the dead? Good news! The Undead Horde release date for Steam Early Access has been set for early March 2019. 10tons’ latest game is all about commanding armies of the undead as you get your revenge on the town’s populace with your mortally-challenged friends.

In the world of Undead Horde, Necromancers aren’t treated too kindly. As a Necromancer yourself, you are understandably peeved about this whole situation. As a result, you’ve decided to raise up an army of skeletons, order up a semi truck of milk for that good calcium, and exact your revenge on the living. Take a look at the Undead Horde Early Access trailer to see some gameplay in action:


Kinda getting some Diablo II Necromancer vibes from this dude. 


As a bonafide Necromancer, you’ll be able to raise all different kinds of formerly-living minions to serve you in combat. You’re no slouch yourself, of course. You’ll be able to make use of various magical powers like creating bone walls. You can also just outright attack the bad guys, though its best to let your minions get some hits in first. You won’t have to wait too long to play this game, either—the Undead Horde release date has been set for March 6, 2019.

At a glance, Undead Horde will seem well familiar to anyone who has played a Necromancer in Diablo II. Some of the powers on display seem effectively similar to Bone Wall and Bone Prison, nevermind the fact that you can raise a literal army of skeletons. Players will be able to command up to a hundred minions at any one time.

Undead Horde will be launching on Steam Early Access on March 6, 2019. No price has been announced. The game will eventually be making its way to GOG, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch at a later date. For now, you can add the game to your wishlist on Steam.

Will you be grabbing this game on the Undead Horde release date? Which platform do you think is best-suited for this style of game? Let us know in the comments below!


Robert N. Adams

Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!


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