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The Underground King RACING has a support plan

the underground king RACING ROGUE-LITE has a support plan for linux mac windows pc

The Underground King RACING ROGUE-LITE has a support plan for Linux and Mac with Windows PC. Thanks to developer Two-Eyed Cyclops Games. Which is now live on Steam Early Access right now.

The Underground King is a RACING ROGUE-LITE set on a mysterious island. But in this land, racing is the bread and butter of life. While you lead carefully handcrafted teams in chaotic racing events. Working for glory and fortune. Drive, Defeat, Loot, Repeat!

Available for purchase on Steam for Windows PC currently. But the game is also coming to Linux and Mac soon.

The Underground King | Early Access Trailer

Who made this? You reach a door that reads Two-Eyed Cyclops Games. You open it and see only two 30-year-old, Romanian guys. Both working in a small room. Alex Nae (Designer) and Alex Nechita (Developer)! Thare certainly the wonder duo behind The Underground King. This dream project started in late 2016. Fighting tooth and nail to both earn a living. While creating the game that we envisioned. It is time for our fellow gamers to experience The Underground King now.

How will the full version look like? What you play today is merely the beginning. Since they plan to have 12 bosses, each unlocking unique vehicles, drivers and items. skills, happenings, and race types. Each race type will give a different spin to how The Underground King is played. However, the core gameplay (Drive, Defeat, Loot, Repeat) will remain the same. Likewise, there is something hush-hush that will come as a bonus for the early community. Also a thank you of sorts for being with the dev’s from the beginning.

For how long will this game be in Early Access? Roadmap: a content update every 2 weeks. Similarly new feature / upgrade every 4-6 weeks. The intent is to finish by the end of 2021. Bugfixes and quality of life improvements are almost a daily update.

The Underground King RACING ROGUE-LITE is available for Windows PC. Due to arrive soon with a support plan for Linux and Mac.

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