ASTRA: Knights of Veda Participating in Steam Next Fest

Publisher HYBE IM, in partnership with developer FLINT, announced that their story-oriented 2D RPG ASTRA: Knights of Veda will be at Steam Next Fest next month with a demo.

The Steam Next Fest will occur between October 9-16, with the public demo for the game giving players the first chance to dive into this title. Unlike the Gamescom test build, the Steam Next Fest build is the actual gameplay build featuring additional content. A major portion of the game is included, and one can use either a gamepad or a keyboard and mouse setup.

Note that the title can also be played on Android devices with crossplay features, and an “Arena Mode” allows players to battle one another in 1v1, 2v2, or 3v3 battles.

Get a taste of things to come with the demo video for the game below:

[ASTRA: Knights of Veda] First Global Beta Coming Soon

Note that the Community Manager for ASTRA: Knights of Veda, Simon, will showcase a livestream of the game on the store page on October 10th at 11am PT. This broadcast will serve as an introduction to the game, a gameplay showcase, and a way to provide tips and insights around the title. Content creators worldwide will also host livestreams on Twitch and the store page beginning October 9th at 7pm PT.

The Steam page for the game – complete with wishlist – is here.

Note that the full release of the game will feature cross-progression between PC and mobile platforms; perfect for those who would like to play this title on the go.

Source: Press Release
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