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Stranded: Alien Dawn – Survival Simulation from Surviving Mars Developers Launches on April 25

Frontier Foundry, the games label of Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV) and developer Haemimont Games, creators of the strategic sci-fi city builder, Surviving Mars, proudly announced the upcoming release of Stranded: Alien Dawn, a gripping survival simulation. Set to launch on April 25, the game will be available across multiple platforms, including PC via Steam and Epic Games Store, PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4, and Xbox One.

Those who pre-order or purchase the game from today until 9th May 2023, as well as PC early access players, will receive an exclusive Emergency Landing Pod model and a new wooden plank construction material as an Early Adopter launch bonus.

Stranded: Alien Dawn offers players an immersive 3D world where every decision determines the fate of a small group of survivors. From the vibrant mountain region of Sobrius to the harsh sands of Desertum, players must fend off alien wildlife attacks, learn about strange new plants, and research new technologies to ensure their survival. The game features a variety of regions, each with unique challenges and opportunities.

Throughout PC early access, players have enjoyed several updates, including stunning new regions, expanded gameplay, animal taming, and the impact of new moons. The fourth major update arrives in early access on PC via Steam on 28th March, featuring a thrilling Trading Outpost scenario and a host of new mechanics.

Stranded: Alien Dawn launches on April 25 for a suggested retail price of £29.99/$34.99/€34.99 and is available to play in early access on PC via Steam now. Don’t miss out on this thrilling planetary survival simulation experience!

Adam Frick

Adam Frick, founder of GamesFinity, combines a BS in Computer Science and two decades of programming experience to provide in-depth game reviews. A former esports competitor and indie game developer, Adam specializes in the technical aspects of RTS, FPS, Simulation, and City Builder video games. Known for his expertise in video game history, his gaming journey started with an NES in 1993, leading to interviews with industry icons and convention appearances. Connect with him on Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

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