Deep Rock Galactic’s free weekend on Steam makes it easier to round up a crew


Or you possibly can take the space-mining recreation for a solo spin

Maybe you have received sufficient video games to play in your backlog, possibly you do not – or possibly you do however you are in too deep, you want a little breather, and also you’re searching for a short-lived distraction, the cheaper the higher. How about free? Deep Rock Galactic is free-to-play this weekend on Steam. Like proper now.

If you already know the drill, obtain away. The promo lasts till 10:00 am Pacific on Monday, March 1. For anybody feeling out the loop, this 1.0 launch trailer units up Deep Rock Galactic reasonably nicely.

I lately introduced up the alien-blasting space-miner recreation in mild of it passing the two-million-sales mark, and there was a lotta love to go round from gamers. Multiple readers ranked Deep Rock Galactic among the many finest co-op FPS video games since Left 4 Dead (RIP), to put that in perspective. While I am unable to communicate to it a lot – I would like to take my very own recommendation and go arduous with the free trial – I do consider the type phrases.

For the third anniversary, players can earn the Scale Brigade Armor and Headwear via a new task – you want to have cleared the prolonged Conquer Hoxxes IV intro. There’s additionally a get together hat.

What’s on deck? Update 34 – Bits N’ Pieces – will likely be “smaller than usual,” whereas Update 35 will likely be “maybe our biggest update ever.” The former is focusing on mod assist on Steam and controller rebinding on all platforms this April; the latter replace, deliberate for Q3 2021, can have a new mission sort, new weapons (with ensuing Overclocks), new cosmetics (not simply “more hats”), and a UI refresh.

“This lengthy timeframe will allow us to dig deeper into the game and add some new systems for the future,” according to Ghost Ship Games. “Deep Rock Galactic is here to stay for a long time – there are no signs of fading, quite the opposite – so we need to think further ahead. Normally, we don’t even plan that far, but we must also admit that getting a bit of breathing room and time to dream feels and sounds REALLY good. The last 4-5 years have gone by incredibly fast and even though we never crunch (as in never ever), it still feels like we are rushing things faster than we actually have to.”

“As always, we will keep you updated and ‘leak’ out details as we develop the new features and content.”






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