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Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game Behind-the-Scenes Dev Diary Released

Rock Manor Games, together with Mega Cat Studios, today released a new behind-the-scenes developer diary for Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game, featuring Music Producer Mitch Foster.

Offering a glimpse into the auditory soul of the apocalypse, the video below shows how Mitch Foster put together the official soundtrack of Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game.

Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game – Original Soundtrack Behind-the-Scenes

Music Producer Mitch Foster said the following:

“As we gear up for the game’s upcoming launch on Steam, we wanted to give our fans a deeper connection to the world of Maximum Apocalypse. Music is a powerful storytelling tool, and we’ve tailored each note to resonate with the game’s rich, immersive experience.”

Mitch Foster

Throwing players into a post-apocalyptic world, Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game tasks players with scavenging for supplies, overcoming threats, and surviving by any means necessary.

In case you missed it, be sure to check out the announcement trailer for Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game below:

Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game Trailer

Want to learn more about Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game? Be sure to check out the official Kickstarter, which is currently at $15,003 as of June 21.

One can also get a jump on things by wishlisting Maximum Apocalypse: The Video Game via the official Steam page.

Source: Press Release

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