Permadeath Action RPG Holomento Early Access Announced

Sean Weech and Deck13 today announced that the upcoming permadeath action RPG, Holomento, will soon be available to play on Steam and Good Old Games when Early Access launches later next month, on April 27th. Accompanying the new announcement is a brand new teaser trailer that highlights the games melee and ranged combat, boss battles, NPC’s, and the growth and expansion of the world – if the player survives.

Permadeath Action RPG Holomento Early Access Announced

Holomento offers a “handcrafted massive overworld” that is open to influence and manipulation over time, as the player progresses through the game, more of the world becomes built and inhabited. Players will have the opportunity to rebuild villages, construct towns and unlock shortcuts in an impressive environment that combines handcrafted overworld development with randomly generated dungeons.

The Early Access launch of Holomento will include “hours full of action and exploration” that includes the first dungeon and the huge overworld. Players will also have the opportunity to start rebuilding the first town.

For more information on Holomento, or to add it to your Steam Wishlist, check out the official Steam page.

Source: Press Release
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