Dysterra announced: competition for Valheim and Fortnite?

Dysterra announced: competition for Valheim and Fortnite?

Dysterra announced

Kakao Games, the publisher behind the popular MMORPG Black Desert Online, are releasing the survival game Dysterra for the PC together with the developer studio MagiQ. That has now been announced. The game sends you into a dystopian future in which the earth is completely orphaned and destroyed.

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Dystera is about what the developers call a "large-scale multiplayer survival game". So it will be a question of survival in the team and in terms of action. In addition to shootings from the first person perspective, an extensive crafting system should provide variety, both in combat à la Fortnite, as well as to produce objects and probably when building bases.

Not only enemies make it difficult for you to survive happily , in addition, the environment also has you in mind. Natural disasters can ruin your structures in one fell swoop.

"We are developing a golden balance that allows new survivors to enjoy the game for a long time, while ensuring the unique excitement of a survival game is given ", so the developers. "We want to develop Dysterra as a survival game that many players can feel connected to and immerse themselves in.

Dysterra is brought to life with the help of Unreal Engine 4 and is currently in the alpha phase of development , So it should be a while before the release. At least an early access launch is planned for 2021, but there is no exact date for it yet.


Dysterra: First trailer for the action-heavy survival game loadVideoPlayer ('83655', '& sAdSetCsategory = artikel_featured', 12, '16: 9 ', false, 1368440, false, 277260, 260, false, 0,' ',' ', false); Interested players can already take part in a global alpha test, the feedback then flows directly into the development. You can register now via a link on the game's Steam page, the first test phase will start on March 18th. This will be followed by further alpha tests, but there is no date for them.

Source: Press release

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