The physical edition of Remnant: From the Ashes will launch on March 17 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, THQ Nordic has announced. The game was previously released digitally on consoles and PC back in August last year.
Remnant From The Ashes Physical Edition dated
Remnant: From the Ashes was released for PS4, PC, and Xbox One on August 20, 2019, and you can read our review of the game here. Gunfire Games recently launched a major update for the title adding a Hardcore Mode into the mix.
The game features dynamically generated environments and co-op for up to three players, although you can still tackle the action solo if you want.
The game’s story sees humanity struggling to survive after the world has been thrown into chaos by a mysterious and ancient evil. In order to combat he threat, earth’s survivors have harnessed the power to open portals to other dimensions in an effort to track the evil that as left humanity on its knees.
As mentioned, the game is tailor-made for co-op play, with teamwork necessary to overcome some of the game’s biggest threats. As you scavenge for survival, players will acquire valuable loot and upgrade materials to construct a devastating arsenal of weapons and armor to modify to your liking.
The dynamic worlds ensure that locations change each time you visit them, with new encounters with foes, quest opportunities, and events keeping you busy. There’s four worlds in total: Earth, Yaesha, Rhom, and Corsus.
Here’s a quick blurb for more info:
In Remnant: From the Ashes, survival is never certain as players navigate the devastated world of the post-apocalypse. As one of Earth’s last remaining survivors, players embark on a dangerous journey, through a variety of mysterious realms, including lush jungles, irradiated wastelands, alien marshes, and the war-torn cities of earth.