Eden Rising leaves Early Access and Launches on Steam

After a year since its entrance as an Early Access game on Steam, Eden Rising is ready to fully launch and add up even more content to the game. New features are also bound to come, as well as a revamped item upgrade system.

The announcement came just today, as it is actually faster than its removal of the Early Access tag on Steam. Nvizzio Creations has publicly stated the game’s leaving Early Access, claiming it’s one of the most anticipated games of this genre. Tower-defense could be exceptionally fun, but knowing there are others out there, will it achieve its pre-oriented effect?

As the press reads:

One year after its successful release on Early Access, Eden Rising has launched on Steam. It brings all-new features and content such as resource cultivation, character customization, a revamped item upgrade system, and an expanded multiplayer co-op for up to 8 players. The game has also introduced its free-to-play ‘Explorer Edition,’ a fully-featured gameplay experience with no microtransactions. Players that owned the Early Access version of the game will now have access to the ‘Ascendant Edition,’ which is available to purchase for new players. This edition includes four additional areas, more sieges, armor dyes, extra bestiary mastery, and more.

Eden Rising is playable both solo and for up to 8-people in co-op so that you could explore the whole world of Eden together. The different versions of the game offer minor advantages, as they’re not that impactful as it sounds at first.

Eden Rising is available to purchase on Steam.

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