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Multiplayer Survival Game Dread Hunger Launching This Fall


A multiplayer roleplaying game of survival and betrayal, the world of Digital Confectioners’ Dread Hunger will come out for the PC via Steam this fall.

Set during a 19th century Arctic exploration, this title tasks eight player-controlled “Explorers” to depend on each other for survival. However, there’s a catch – two of them are “Thralls” that are determined to sabotage the mission.

In an attempt to survive, players can build fires, fend off predators, and hunt for food. Meanwhile, the Thralls can feed players tainted food, lure in animals to attack them, or even hex them with blood magic.

A full day and night cycle is included, along with integrated voice chat and characters equipped with their own unique starting kit and passive ability.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Update Two | The Great Hunt Trailer

According to Alex Quick, Creative Director of the Dread Hunger Team:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“It has been deeply gratifying to see a loyal community spring up around Dread Hunger and throw themselves into everything from discovering new metas, to just goofing around and pretending to be old timey priests. We’ve been listening closely to the community’s feedback as we move through Early Access, and I think the game is so much better for it!”[/testimonials]

You can find the game on Steam here.

Source: Press Release
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