Eden Rising: Supremacy To Have F2P Version At Launch

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Eden Rising: Supremacy To Have F2P Version At Launch

April 30, 2019

By: Patrick Perrault

 
 

Nvizzio Creations' Eden Rising: Supremacy, a co-op and tower defense open world mashup with over fifty thousand wishlists on Steam will also have a Free-to-Play version at its launch on May 17, 2019.

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Eden Rising will offer players a challenge to gather resources in order to build defenses, create armor, potions, and weapons. While doing so, they will have to work through a beautiful environment and an ever-changing world full of hostile creatures in order to defend their bases.

Players will be able to utilize combos, dodges, and special attacks in order to take down their foes. Players will have to exploit creature weaknesses and use traps to win tough fights. Ranged and melee abilities will have to be used, as well as different weapon types. Players are expected to use both in order to succeed.

 
 

As there are no levels in Eden, players will need to seek out Crucibles in order to progress in power. Players will have to navigate massive valleys, expansive forests, and crumbling ruins in order to find these Crucibles.

With Eden Rising: Supremacy fully releasing on its one-year anniversary on Early Access, the Free-to-Play Explorer Edition will contain no micro-transactions. However, for those who want to purchase the Ascendant Edition will be able to unlock four additional zones, including all of the sieges, armor dyes, and other server benefits. Both versions will also be fully compatible, so players have nothing to fear in regards to its 8-player co-op, as they will be able to experience high-level content and gain (and use) higher level loot.

Both the Explorers and Ascendants versions of Eden Rising: Supremacy will release on May 17 for free and $24.99 respectively. To find out more on the official website, click here. For those who want to view the game on Steam, click here.

What do you think of this news? Are you going to try the Free-to-Play version? Have you already bought into its Early Access? Let us know in the comments!

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