Giants Uprising Coming to Early Access November 2

A medieval fantasy game where you play as a powerful Giant who breaks free from enslavement, VARSAV Game Studios’ Giants Uprising will enter Early Access on November 2, 2021.

In this title, players will be able to become a powerful, fearless giant that crushes everything that stands in his way. Outcasts Rogbar and Kiełbasa are seeking revenge, and they must raise an Uprising and rescue the Giants.

Learn more with the following trailer, which was released for gamescom 2021:

Giants Uprising – Official Cinematic Trailer Gamescom 2021

According to Lukasz Rosinski, CEO of VARSAV Game Studio:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“We’re very proud to bring Giants Uprising to PC gamers on November 2. In our adventure you play as a heroic giant trying to free your people fromthe tyranny of human slavery. We first announced Giants Uprising at Gamescom back in 2019 and we’re thrilled to reveal our brand new trailer at this year’s Gamescom. Along with the new trailer is our announcement that Giants Uprising will be launching into Early Access on November 2. After three years in development, we are pleased to finally be launching the game into Early Access so players can experience more giant-sized mayhem.”[/testimonials]

You can find the game on Steam here.

Source: Press Release
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