|Squad-based top down RPG Krater enters beta testing|
|Posted: 24.05.2012 12:51 by Simon Priest||Comments: 1|
Fatshark's "lush post-apocalyptic" RPG Krater has now entered beta testing with its release a few weeks away, June 12th. The "team management system" is now in place say devs.
We can build and "switch in and out" squad members for varying encounters. The "base pillars" of Krater are "crafting, exploration and consequence." Beware injuries and death!
If you shop at Fatshark's web shop you can gain "instant access" to Krater's alpha build. The RPG will release on Steam in two weeks time. Fatshark is a Swedish development team.
"The Beta testing of KRATER begins today, and it’s exciting times with the release only weeks away,” says Martin Wahlund, CEO of Fatshark. “We will now allow people to explore a larger part of the KRATER and with the team management system in place, people can start to build a squad and switch in and out characters for different encounters, if you want to play the game all up to the release on June 12, 2012, you should visit the KRATER web shop.”
You can visit the Fatshark web shop .
"KRATER is a lush post-apocalyptic top down RPG and the base pillars are crafting, exploration and consequence. Consequence brings not only the ability for the characters to level up and improve themselves, but also permanent injuries and death. The grim reaper never been so grim!" blurbs the press release.
Check out the gameplay below for some pre-Alpha and Alpha footage of Krater.