Grounded Flight Now Available


From now through June 22, fans can experience an early demo of Obsidian Entertainment’s upcoming survival adventure Grounded.

This demo will give players the chance to get a first look at the single-player experience of the title. After players choose their character, they will be transported to the heart of the backyard at sunrise, quickly discovering that life plays out differently when you’re only one centimeter tall.

Over the course of an in-game day, players can build structures, craft tools and weapons, and survive against various perils. The demo itself is timed, but players can explore the backyard and restart multiple times during the course of the six days it is available.

The final release will feature a Campaign mode that will have players uncovering the secrets lying in the shadows of its mysterious story. Players will be able to traverse this background alone, or with up to three other players with its online co-op mode.

Learn more with the first developer vlog for the title, featuring Obsidian’s Social Media Manager Shyla:

Grounded Developer Vlog 1 – Prepare to get Shrunk

The title will enter Xbox Game Preview with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and Steam Early Access on July 28, 2020. The game demo can be yours through either Xbox Insider Program and/or through the Steam Game Festival.

Source: Press Release, Xbox Wire
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