Closed Beta Announced For Upcoming Survival RPG Undawn

Level Infinite today released a brand new trailer for the upcoming open-world survival RPG, Undawn, alongside the announcement of an upcoming Closed Beta event available to players in both the United States and Canada.

The events of Undawn take place 4 years after a global catastrophe as survivors attempt to fend off infected hordes and other desperate survivors. The game will include a combination of both PvE and PvP features when it launches globally later this year.

Closed Beta Announced For Upcoming Survival RPG Undawn

The Closed Beta event, exclusive to the United States and Canada, will be available for players on April 3rd, 2023. Interested players will want to register as soon as possible as spots are limited across all three platforms, iOS, Android, and PC.

Undawn promises players a unique and immersive game world with many different biomes including plains, deserts, swamps, and abandoned cities, each with its own challenges and difficulties to overcome. As well as surviving against endless waves of the infected, players will have to contend with diverse weather conditions as they attempt to construct and manage survival with a robust base building system that includes over 1,000 types and styles of furniture and construction options.

For more information, check out the official website, Discord, and YouTube.

Source: Press Release
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