Crumbling World atmospheric action RPG game has an Open Beta for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. Thanks to developer Dume Arts getting ready for the full release. Which is available on Steam (the Demo), Itch.io and also GameJolt.
Dume Arts are eager to announce a release date for Crumbling World. Alongside a brand new beta demo. Since this gives players a chance to dive into a rich fantasy location. While taking on the unique gameplay elements featured within.
The dark-fantasy Action RPG will launch on Linux, Mac and Windows PC via Steam on May 21st. So to celebrate, and give players a teaser of what’s to come. Dume Arts now crafts an open beta demo. Which is available now alongside the new announcement trailer.
Crumbling World: New trailer Beta Release
Taking place in a sinister, slowly decomposing land. Where humanity has been driven to corruption. And as a result, aligning with dark forces for survival. Players must traverse gorgeous diorama like levels. All in an attempt to bring back the age of light. Doing so before the world crumbles away entirely beneath their feet.
In the games beta demo, players will experience a number of the procedurally generated opening stages. You will take control of Mathos, the Knight. Also one of the five classes which will be available when the game launches in May.
This beta demo will provide a taste of the world. Plus the intense real time combat that players will utilize on their journey to restore light to the land.
The updated beta demo also showcases the addition of the “crumbling” mechanic. Whereby the corrupted world will literally fall apart beneath the character’s feet. Players will need to plan their steps. Since you can fall into the twisted Underworld beneath the game’s levels.
Crumbling World will launch on Steam on May 21st with a full story mode. Along with 7 playable characters across 5 different classes. Due to a wopping 25 procedurally generated stages. Meaning no two playthroughs will ever be the same.
If you want to explore the open Beta now. It’s available for Linux, Mac and Windows PC. The download is live on Steam (it’s the Demo), Itch.io and also GameJolt. You can also report any issues directly via email to Dume Arts.