Eden Rising will feature a free to play option at launch

Nvizzio Creations has announced that the full launch of Eden Rising will offer a free-to-play option at launch. The F2P option will allow players to join the servers of paid players to experience high-level content and gain high-level loot.

It’s also worth noting that this free-to-play ‘Explorer Edition’ will not contain any microtransactions within the game. Players wanting a more robust experience of exploring Eden will be able to purchase the ‘Ascendant Edition’ and unlock an additional four zones, all sieges, and armor dyes, as well as access to increased server benefits.

Players opting for either game option will be able to delve into the stylistic and genre-blending world of Eden Rising with both versions offering a complete experience for players. With a minimum of three expansive areas to explore, Eden Rising will challenge players to gather resources to craft armor and defenses, while navigating the environmentally lush and dynamic world full of exotic creatures in order to defend their bases.

With both versions fully compatible, players will be able to join up with friends no matter which version of the game they opt for. ‘Explorer Edition’ players will also be able to enjoy the ‘Ascendant Edition’ features should they join a server with an ‘Ascendant Edition’ owner. Players that have already been exploring the world of Eden and own the game’s Early Access version will automatically receive the ‘Ascendant Edition’ at the time of the game’s full launch.

Eden Rising is a a brand new action-packed open world game in which players will explore the vast world of Eden and defend their bases from hordes of alien monsters. Players will make use of everything they collect to craft powerful defenses, upgrade their weapons, and unlock challenges.

The game will leave Steam Early Access and will be fully released on May 17th!

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