“It’s like Stardew Valley meets Rust”
A New World
In Aftermath you climb out of your underground bunker years after a devastating war has ravaged the planet. Your supplies have finally run too low to ignore and your only option is to risk the environment, head out, and start a new life. You’ll quickly discover the world has changed and things are not the way they were. Your new challenge is to survive and explore what the world has to offer now.
Do you accept the challenge of starting new and build in this strangely familiar land or just grab some food and head back to your safehouse? The choice is yours and the game will let you play whatever way you want (we suggest heading out and exploring, there’s only so much fun you can have in an underground bunker).
- Procedurally created world that’s different every time but populated with wildlife, zombies, mutants, and buildings to explore, or play pre-built scenarios like Los Angeles, New York, London, Paris, and Tokyo and explore familiar landmarks, structures, and locations.
- Day and night cycles that will keep you crafting through the night to build your survival home that will hopefully fend off the roaming hoards of zombies and mutants the inhabit the land now.
- Loot and mine a multitude of resources and items and craft hundreds of weapons, traps, tools, and other key artifacts that will keep you alive (and some that will blow you up).
- Earn experience points and apply them in a dynamic skill tree that will let you become the ultimate defender, world class builder, or something in between.
- Play alone, with your friends, or join a PVP server to become king of the apocalyptic world.
- Meet and interact with NPCs who will have resources, quests, and other items you can buy, sell, and exchange to take multiple paths along your journey.
- Slip into creative mode and build anything and everything choosing from hundreds of tiles and items at your crafting disposal.
- Multiple modes to play. Creative, casual, normal or hard core where permadeath is a real thing (and trust me, being dead isn’t all it’s cracked up to be).
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