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Aground Heads to Consoles February 11

 

 

January 26th, in the year of our Lord 2021 -- Fancy Fish Games and Whitethorn Games are thrilled to announce the upcoming console release of 2D survival RPG Aground -- with Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One editions set to launch February 11th for $14.99.

Aground is a resource-gathering and crafting game with a story, focused on the theme of progression. You start the game as a lone survivor from a shipwreck with almost nothing, and build your way up to a thriving settlement and eventually make your way to space and travel between planets.

Can you craft, mine, and build your way to survival?

Features:

Mining - The surface is just the beginning, there is a whole world to explore beneath.
Building - Build a whole city for you and other survivors, with each structure adding new functionality.
Crafting - Create powerful weapons and items to support you in your quests.
Farming - Grow food and other crops to feed your village.
Exploration - Discover the secrets of the planet you crashed on.
Story - Unlock cut-scenes and learn about the colorful characters of the world - there are several major story-routes to follow.
Familiars - Adventure with a trusty side-kick at your side, or even a fire-breathing dragon!

Aground is available now on PC via Steam, Kartridge, Crytivo, and Itch; and is set to arrive on Epic Games Store alongside the console releases next month.

No word on a physical copy version of this game on this system(s) in the US 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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