Capy Games’ Below to release on both PC and Xbox One Dec. 14, trailer released


After more than five years since their original announcement, Cap Games has revealed their rogue-like dungeon crawling title ‘Below’ will release next week on Dec. 14, 2018, for PC via Steam and Xbox One. 

Preparing gamers for their upcoming title, Capy Games has both revealed a release date and even provided a launch trailer (which can be seen below). You can surely expect to embark on a dark and moody adventure, one where you’ll explore a mysterious underground world where death awaits them, attempting to stop them in their tracks as they sneak around each and every corner.

Here’s the latest official description of the game:

“Test your adventurer mettle against The Isle’s procedural subterranean labyrinths. Explore a large, interconnected underworld crawling with cunning creatures, deadly traps, and a mysterious shadowy presence. Survive the perils of The Depths and unearth what lies below… or die trying. Below embraces exploration and discovery – illuminate the path ahead, find hidden passages and unravel the deepest mysteries hidden in the darkness your own way.”

As stated above, Capy Games originally announced Below five years ago during Microsoft’s E3 2013 showcase. At the time, the studio had originally revealed that their then-in-development title would be an Xbox One exclusive, giving it timed exclusivity just like their previous title Super Time Force, which eventually was released on Windows PC via Steam.

Originally, Capy Games had announced their title would be indefinitely delayed back in 2016 only to open up to a 2018 release window, which brings their game to full release on Dec. 14, 2018. Stay tuned as we’ll keep you updated regarding the game’s release in the upcoming days.

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