Nightmare Reaper Leaving Early Access March 28

A retro-inspired FPS with looter shooter and rogue-lite elements, Blazing Bit Games’ Nightmare Reaper will leave Early Access on March 28.

The full launch of the game will feature additional weapons, new game modes, loot to spare, and more of its storyline. Note that while Chapter 3 marks the full release of the game, more content will be added in the future.

Learn more with the animated trailer below:

Nightmare Reaper Animated Trailer

Bruno Beaudoin, Blazing Bit Founder and Lead Developer, said the following:

“For what began as a solo project and is now a small team, we’re incredibly humbled by the game’s overwhelmingly positive rating on Steam and the community’s support throughout Early Access. We’ve worked hard for more than 5 years to make the full launch something that’ll surprise even our biggest fans and we look forward to players experiencing everything Nightmare Reaper has to offer.”Bruno Beaudoin

You can find the game on Steam here and on GOG here.

Source: Press Release
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