DILUVION: RESUBMERGED ON WINDOWS PC AND MAC

Diluvion: Resubmerged, a major new title update to the original deep sea submarine exploration and action game Diluvion. Free for all Diluvion owners today on Windows PC, Mac and Linux, Diluvion: Resubmerged adds a plethora of new features and content which combine to offer players an exciting new underwater adventure. In the spirit of beginning new voyages under the sea, Diluvion: Resubmerged is on sale now through Oct. 1 for 75% off (standard price $19.99) on Steam and GOG.com. Diluvion: Resubmerged Fleet Edition, which includes an exclusive playable submarine called the “Manta,” a comprehensive digital art book and a downloadable copy of the game’s evocative original soundtrack, is also 75% off (standard price $24.99). Diluvion: Resubmerged introduces brand new features which add more strategic depth to looting, managing your unique crew, and upgrading your different submarines to fit your needs and playstyles. Salvaging is more dynamic than ever with hazard battles that require your crew’s abilities and items to overcome, and a new forging system offers greater customization of your vessel with upgrades for armor, depth range, life support and more. The update also includes enhanced visuals, new graphics settings, a complete UI overhaul with improved quest tracking and waypoints, the ability to save anywhere, and revamped landmark, navigation and pathfinding systems. Finally, new side quests, artwork and music have been added to enhance the journey. Set far below the surface of a frozen world devastated by a flood, Diluvion: Resubmerged puts you in command of your very own submarine on a Jules Verne-inspired adventure. As a freelance captain, you’ll assemble a crew, salvage derelict vessels, trade loot for resources at safe harbors, build your own home base and fleet, and battle rogue subs in real-time 3D combat. Explore the ocean’s farthest reaches, discover the humanity’s last remnants and beware the unknown terrors of the deep on your hunt for riches and glory.

Diluvion: Resubmerged, a major new title update to the original deep sea submarine exploration and action game Diluvion. Free for all Diluvion owners today on Windows PC, Mac and Linux, Diluvion: Resubmerged adds a plethora of new features and content which combine to offer players an exciting new underwater adventure.

Diluvion: Resubmerged, a major new title update to the original deep sea submarine exploration and action game Diluvion. Free for all Diluvion owners today on Windows PC, Mac and Linux, Diluvion: Resubmerged adds a plethora of new features and content which combine to offer players an exciting new underwater adventure.  In the spirit of beginning new voyages under the sea, Diluvion: Resubmerged is on sale now through Oct. 1 for 75% off (standard price $19.99) on Steam and GOG.com. Diluvion: Resubmerged Fleet Edition, which includes an exclusive playable submarine called the “Manta,” a comprehensive digital art book and a downloadable copy of the game’s evocative original soundtrack, is also 75% off (standard price $24.99).  Diluvion: Resubmerged introduces brand new features which add more strategic depth to looting, managing your unique crew, and upgrading your different submarines to fit your needs and playstyles. Salvaging is more dynamic than ever with hazard battles that require your crew’s abilities and items to overcome, and a new forging system offers greater customization of your vessel with upgrades for armor, depth range, life support and more. The update also includes enhanced visuals, new graphics settings, a complete UI overhaul with improved quest tracking and waypoints, the ability to save anywhere, and revamped landmark, navigation and pathfinding systems. Finally, new side quests, artwork and music have been added to enhance the journey.  Set far below the surface of a frozen world devastated by a flood, Diluvion: Resubmerged puts you in command of your very own submarine on a Jules Verne-inspired adventure. As a freelance captain, you’ll assemble a crew, salvage derelict vessels, trade loot for resources at safe harbors, build your own home base and fleet, and battle rogue subs in real-time 3D combat. Explore the ocean’s farthest reaches, discover the humanity’s last remnants and beware the unknown terrors of the deep on your hunt for riches and glory.

In the spirit of beginning new voyages under the sea, Diluvion: Resubmerged is on sale now through Oct. 1 for 75% off (standard price $19.99) on Steam and GOG.com. Diluvion: Resubmerged Fleet Edition, which includes an exclusive playable submarine called the “Manta,” a comprehensive digital art book and a downloadable copy of the game’s evocative original soundtrack, is also 75% off (standard price $24.99).

Diluvion: Resubmerged introduces brand new features which add more strategic depth to looting, managing your unique crew, and upgrading your different submarines to fit your needs and playstyles. Salvaging is more dynamic than ever with hazard battles that require your crew’s abilities and items to overcome, and a new forging system offers greater customization of your vessel with upgrades for armor, depth range, life support and more. The update also includes enhanced visuals, new graphics settings, a complete UI overhaul with improved quest tracking and waypoints, the ability to save anywhere, and revamped landmark, navigation and pathfinding systems. Finally, new side quests, artwork and music have been added to enhance the journey.

Set far below the surface of a frozen world devastated by a flood, Diluvion: Resubmerged puts you in command of your very own submarine on a Jules Verne-inspired adventure. As a freelance captain, you’ll assemble a crew, salvage derelict vessels, trade loot for resources at safe harbors, build your own home base and fleet, and battle rogue subs in real-time 3D combat. Explore the ocean’s farthest reaches, discover the humanity’s last remnants and beware the unknown terrors of the deep on your hunt for riches and glory.

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