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Obsidian’s Grounded gets a beta and a free Steam demo in June

A small workforce at Obsidian is constructing one thing a lot totally different than the basic RPG video games the studio is understood for, however when you’re sceptical about how the corporate’s tackle survival video games will prove, there’s excellent news: Grounded is getting each a beta by means of the Xbox Insider system and a demo within the Steam Game Festival subsequent month.

The single-player Steam demo for Grounded will launch on June 9, and will probably be accessible till June 14. Obsidian says this can allow you to “expertise a day as a shrunken teenager by means of your Steam consumer”, so count on a reasonably restricted have a look at the sport by means of this promotion.

The Xbox Insider flight will probably be accessible for a similar interval – June 9 by means of June 14 – however will probably be distributed solely to a restricted variety of taking part gamers on Xbox One and PC. If you need to enroll in choice, you’ll must obtain and set up the Xbox Insider Hub by means of the Microsoft Store.

The Grounded launch date is at present set for July 28 throughout Steam and Microsoft’s personal platforms, nevertheless it’ll solely be in Early Access – the complete launch is scheduled for someday in 2021.


Grounded will launch its Xbox Insider flight AND take part within the Steam Game Festival on June ninth!

More methods to play the single-player demo means extra of you get to play! 🙌

🗓 See you within the yard on June ninth! 🏡https://t.co/2hPDWx4mHj pic.twitter.com/ACqQ9cxLhf

— Grounded (@GroundedTheGame) May 21, 2020

Grounded’s ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ tackle survival seems cool, and we’ll study an entire lot extra about it very quickly.

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