Frostkeep Studios has revealed that its online fantasy survival game Rend has now launched on PC, coming with an introductory price of £7.58, down from £22.99 ($9.89 USD, down from $29.99, and €9.23 down from €27.99).
The game has been out on Steam Early Access since July 31, but has received many improvements in its game patches, of which there have been over 50. Nine major content updates have also landed since then, including new biomes, weapons, abilities, siege equipment, and more.
"We said from the beginning we would remove the Early Access tag from Rend within a year of hitting Steam," said Jeremy Wood, co-founder and CEO of Frostkeep Studios. "We introduced Rend as a fully developed game experience with room for growth and advancement so we could work alongside players to determine the best direction and evolution for the game. Today's final version of Rend is the direct result of this valuable feedback and we couldn't be more grateful for the support of our players, community and partners throughout the development process."
When you play the game you can choose one of three factions or go solo as you work to survive in Midgard, and if you want to join in the battle you have until April 12 to grab it for the discounted introductory price. You might want to watch the launch trailer before you head in though, which you can find below.
For more on the game, head to the official Steam page. Have you tried Rend in Early Access already?
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