Endzone - A World Apart is fully releasing on March 18, 2021 for Steam and GOG after selling 150,000 units in Steam's Early Access. During the title's Early Access phase, there have been 11 major updates that have added new mechanics, buildings, environmental hazards, equipment, branching skill trees, and more. The game will also be receiving its first expansion later this year, so Endzone fans should be on the lookout for that.
For the curious, here's a helpful blurb describing the game:
Steeped in a world poisoned with radiation poisoning following a worldwide nuclear disaster, Endzone - A World Apart tasks players with a monumental responsibility: build a civilization and maintain the wellbeing of Earth’s last remaining human colony. Much like its genre peers such as Surviving Mars, Frostpunk, or Surviving the Aftermath, players will use the tools at their disposal to build housing structures, develop a functioning electrical system, and maintain stable water and food supplies. Much unlike its competitors, Endzone - A World Apart won’t see players face off against ghastly ghouls and irradiated monstrosities. Instead, violent weather events, such as sandstorms and drought, will seek to destroy.
Assemble Entertainment, the publisher for Endzone, has also help plant over 40,000 trees during the course of the game's Early Access, which is great to hear. If you go on Steam and buy the Save the World bundle, you'll get a free copy of Endzone's soundtrack. A tree is also planted with each copy of the bundle sold, so there's 40,312 bundles sold and trees planted, which is pretty cool.
Endzone - A World Apart releases out of Early Access on Steam and GOG on March 18, 2021. For more information on Endzone - A World Apart, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more details.