Darwin Project Goes Free to Play on Steam

Remigio Civitarese
Aprile 21, 2018

After struggling with low player numbers, unique battle royale game Darwin Project has gone free-to-play on Steam, as announced by Scavengers Studio. And the best way to attract a larger player base is to make your game accessible to everyone, via removing any paywall.

Citing long matchmaking for certain regions, Darwin Project will now be open to anyone to download on Steam; no mention of anything to do with the Xbox One Game Preview version just yet.

"We've been fortunate to have a core community of players join us at a very early stage, with many still supporting us during Early Access, and the last thing we want to do is let those passionate players down". This decision was made in order to bring more players to the game and make it easier to find matches in lesser populated servers.

After being revealed a year ago, the online multiplayer title Darwin Project from developer Scavenger Studio has offered some interesting new ideas in the growingly-popular battle royale genre, and now the studio has announced it is trying to bring in some new players by moving to a free-to-play model. Alongside that, a number of cosmetic items are also being introduced to the game, though the studio assured that "the vast majority" of them will be available through in-game progression, and that all of the new items are "purely aesthetic and 100% optional". On April 24th, buyers will receive a founders pack containing 2 Legendary sets, 3 Legendary Axes, 3 Legendary Bows, a full jumpsuit collection, and 5 Fan Gifts as thanks for their early monetary support.

Like other battle royale games, Darwin Project pits players against each other until only one is left standing.

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