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This month, Steam Next Fest opened its floodgates to hundreds of free demonstrations, most of which went offline again after the festival closed its doors last Tuesday. But some didn’t, including Stephan Hövelbrinks ’wonderful RPG flesh of death, Disorder.
After years of dripping food clips from the terrifying post-apocalyptic RPG on his Twitter channel, Hövelbrinks finally let us into the world of Death Trash after a trailer on the PC Gaming Show. What we got was an intense action RPG with a world followed by the old Fallouts, but more gorier: a wasteland of carnage full of gibs and puke and colossal meaty squid.
Death Trash wasn’t just one of our favorite Steam Next Fest shows, it was one of our favorite E3 games, period. In ours At the E3 Game Awards, Stephen remarked that it is "a great example of how pixel art can still surprise and delight, even though it is a classic look (and can be said to be overused). I love the incomplete look of everything. It 's a great aesthetic. "
The Death Trash demo is free Steam Right Now. Arriving on August 5, the game will go into early access and open the first full chapter of the dazzling world. Hövelbrinks plans to keep the game in early access for about a year, adding new chapters, locations, characters, missions and objects before we expect to launch it completely sometime in 2022.