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Earth Atlantis Releases

 

 

June 1, in the year of our Lord 2018 -- Headup Games and Pixel Perfex announced today's release of the one-of-a-kind shoot 'em up Earth Atlantis for PlayStation®4 and Xbox One. It's available for $14.99, €14.99, £13.49. For the first week, there is a release discount on Xbox One with 20% off.

Explore mankind's destroyed and sunken main capitals, lying deep down at the bottom of the sea as ruins of steel and stone. Earth Atlantis' impressive underwater world is inhabited by terrifying sea monsters, hybrids of machines and creatures from the deep that were only known from fairy tales and as rumors among sailors. Now they are roaming freely through the aquatic world.

You're going to hunt those monsters in fierce fights using four different submarines types, each equipped with individual weapons for different hunting styles. Enjoy a unique art style reminiscent of old explorers sketchbooks from the 14th century, a time when the seas were yet to be explored completely.

Best version ever: Re-balanced gameplay mechanics, resulting from user feedback from the earlier Switch version, make Earth Atlantis more enjoyable than ever: Retro fans will be happy to hear that they can also use the d-pad for steering their ship, while some game elements are now much more intuitive and easy to use for non-hardcore shooter players as well.

Features

Original side-scrolling shooter with a monster-hunting objective
Unique “Old Sketching” visual style
Two game modes: Quest mode, Hunter mode
4 Playable ships with unique weapons
25 large monsters and 4 enemy ships to hunt with 12 special events to complete

No word on a physical copy version of this game on these systems at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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