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Instruments of Destruction Now in Early Access

A vehicle-building sandbox featuring advanced physics-based destruction, Radiangames’ Instruments of Destruction is now available on Steam as an Early Access title.

This title features a library of nearly 100 parts that are already available, with more on the way – along with vehicles that are almost completely invincible. Instruments of Destructions’ vehicle building system is easy to use, while packing both depth and options for more advanced users.

The game ships with more than 50 pre-built vehicles, 30 of which are custom-designed for specific campaign missions (10 islands with 3 modes each).

According to Luke Schneider, solo developer of Radiangames:

“I’m proud of the current version of the game, that said, it has more potential for expansion and more new content. The game has already benefited greatly from a public demo and increased exposure on YouTube. The response to the game has been overwhelming and I’m just as excited to keep working on the game as players are to get their hands on it.”Luke Schneider

Note that the title will eventually make its way to other PC stores, including GOG.com and the Epic Game Store. Meanwhile, console editions are not currently expected until version 1.0 arrives in 2023 (or beyond).

Source: Press Release
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