I’m more than aware that we’re still a couple of months away from Christmas. Even so, the e-mail that I just received kind of feels like an early Christmas gift of sorts. Please allow me to explain what I’m talking about.
You see, way back in September of 2015 I wrote a post about Crafting Legends upcoming post-apocalyptic cyberpunk RPG “Death Trash“. Well, that was over four years ago, and I haven’t heard all that much about “Death Trash” since then.
Well, all of that just changed as Crafting Legends informed us about the following things in-regards of their plans for “Death Trash” (which Crafting Legends did per e-mail less than one hour ago):
“Hey! We have some announcements about our game Death Trash.
Death Trash is a post-apocalyptic world where cosmic horrors crave humanity, but meet punks with shotguns. An action role-playing game with combat, stealth and multiple choice dialogue, some gore, puke and tentacles.
Now for the announcements:
1. We’re gonna self-publish Death Trash.
2. The game will be released on Steam, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and more PC stores.
3. Death Trash will be released on Steam as Early Access at the beginning of 2020. Steam page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/941460/Death_Trash/
‘We’ still meaning ‘I’ for the most part. More words about that and our decision to self-publish on our first and only blog post: http://www.deathtrash.com/blog.html” – Crafting Legends
Simply put, “Death Trash” is coming to Steam Early Access in early 2020 and the game is also coming to PS4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One (kick-ass!). But wait! There is more!
Because Crafting Legends also informed us that they have just released a brand-new trailer for “Death Trash” as well (you can watch the said trailer further down the page).
Well, I don’t know about you, but I think the new trailer looks pretty darn rad. So with that said, what’s your take on all of this? And are you excited for “Death Trash”?
Let us know your thoughts in the comment section down below!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
Editor in chief
The Gaming Ground
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