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Endzone – A World Apart: Survivor Edition Builds up for Spring Console Release

Endzone – A World Apart will be releasing a Survivor Edition this Spring on consoles, according to Assemble Entertainment. Starting May 19, you’ll have the survival-sim city builder digitally available on your PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The Survivor Edition includes the base game as well as the first DLC, titled “Prosperity.”

With the world tainted by deadly radiation after a nuclear disaster, Endzone – A World Apart has players begin to build civilization and help Earth’s last human colony prosper and thrive. Build housing, functioning electrical systems, and stocks of water and food supplies. Instead of monsters or radiation monsters, it’s all the cruelty and harshness of nature. Sandstorms, drought, and raiders all threaten the settlement, and it’s up to you to ensure that it prevails.

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If you didn’t know it was after, you know, the apocalypse, would you be able to tell?

With over 90 side missions, there’s plenty to do to care for your constituents. There are just as many buildings to construct, including power stations, water treatment plants, shelter, and cemeteries. Begin Expeditions to acquire fresh supplies and learn information about the world. These scouting parties will leave the safety of your colony for parts unknown to scavenge useful resources. Endzone – A World Apart also features a dynamic radiation mechanic, forcing you to plan your crops and manage your iodine stores carefully. At the moment, it sits at a respectable Mostly Positive reception on Steam with nearly 5,000 reviews total. Ted himself gave us his thoughts back in 2019, if you’d like to see what Past Ted thought.

Assemble Entertainment, founded in Wiesbaden, Germany in 2016, is an independent developer. Endzone – A World Apart is perhaps their best-known property, though they have also created two of the modern Leisure Suit Larry games. The studio has won the German Developer Award in both 2020 and 2021 in “Best Publisher.” It also organizes GermanDevDays (German), a conference in Frankfurt that attracts over 1,100 attendees from the German-speaking game development industry.