Survive the Depths in 'Until We Die', Coming June 2021

05/13/2021 - 14:43 | By: Robert N. Adams
A Not-So-Cheery Name for a Game

Do you think you can keep people alive in the midst of a disaster? Well, you'll soon be able to find out with next month's launch of Until We Die, an upcoming post-apocalyptic base defense game.

In Until We Die, you take on the role of Ivan. Ivan has been charged with defending a handful of humans living in the Moscow Underground after a bunch of meteorites fall on the Earth and unleash a bunch of spooky creatures. You only need to make it 30 days to win, but what we've seen so far already looks like a heck of a challenge.

This isn't just a base defense game, mind — Ivan is a playable character that you control. Moving Ivan around the base is essential for maneuvering and equipping your troops, and you'll have to protect him, too — the game ends if Ivan dies. You can't neglect your base, either, as the destruction of your power generator will also bring an end to the game.

Things will start off simply enough; hordes of tiny creatures will attack your base in waves. Things will gradually get worse, though, and eventually escalate to monstrous aliens that can barely fit in the subway tunnels, ready to take a bite out of you or your base.

 
 

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When is the Until We Die Release Date?

The Until We Die release date will be sometime in June 2021 according to a press release; unfortunately, a more specific release date has not yet been announced by the developer. This game will also be making its way to the Nintendo Switch at a later date.

It's not all bad news, though — you can download the free Until We Die demo or add the game to your wishlist on Steam and check it out right now! Until We Die will be available for purchase next month for $16.99 or your regional equivalent.

What do you think of Until We Die? What's your favorite base defense game to date? Let us know in the comments below!

 


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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!