Atari just revealed a release date and a new trailer for its upcoming roguelike RPG Days of Doom.
Days of Doom is coming September 21, to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Nintendo Switch, Atari VCS, and Microsoft Windows (through Steam).
Players entering Days of Doom will find it’s a brutal roguelike set in a world infested with zombies, and both your survival and strategy skills are sure to be put to test.
You can view the announcement and trailer below:
In Days of Doom, the phrase “Hell on Earth” takes a horrifyingly realistic turn, as you’ll need to battle all manner of unholy monsters that have risen from the pits of the underworld. The supernatural dangers know no bounds, and it’s up to you to build, grow, and maintain a safe haven for what’s left of humanity amidst a treacherous wasteland. Recruit a ragtag band of heroes to battle the onslaught of zombie hordes, ghouls, raiders, and more in order to reach Sanctuary.
Days of Doom expertly mixes RPG and survival simulation elements, with intuitive base-building mechanics and turn-based team tactics, delivering a gameplay experience that demands progressive skill and attentiveness. Prepare for endless surprises and challenges, as no two runs in Days of Doom are ever the same. The procedurally generated landscape and the unpredictability of enemy encounters ensure each playthrough offers a fresh opportunity to hone your survival skills, pushing you to the top of your game.
Days of Doom also descends upon Feardemic’s ultimate celebration of horror as part of the Black Summer Fear Fest on Steam, joined by a collection of other upcoming and established genre peers across a wide swath of horror subgenres. Check out the official Steam event to see featured titles and an interview with Atari’s producer behind Days of Doom.
- Beautifully animated hand-drawn chibi art-style that brings an unusual and refreshingly vibrant vision of the post-apocalypse to life
- Eight unique character classes, each equipped with powerful default and punishing special abilities, boosted by over 70 items and runes to collect
- A dozen enemies, from the archetypal zombie to deadly raiders, to explosive monstrosities and two surprisingly brutal boss fights
- Original orchestral soundtrack by Jelle Dittmar (Death by Flame, The Playboy Murders)