Corpse Keeper steam demo available now alongside Kickstarter Campaign

Beijing, China, June 17, 2022 – Publisher Thermite Games and Developer Melancholia Studio have revealed that they released a steam demo for Corpse Keeper, their gothic roguelike fighting RPG mash-up, as part of the Steam Next Fest. A crowdfunding campaign also kicked off today and will last a whole month until July 16th (GMT).

Corpse Keeper is a fast-paced Roguelike focusing on fighting gameplay while blending dungeon crawling and RPG elements wrapped into a gory medieval atmosphere. The Steam Next Fest demo offers a first glimpse of the game’s features and deliver a promising exciting and addictive experience.

You can check out Corpse Keeper new trailer here:

In Corpse Keeper, you play as an unconventional protagonist, a demon’s servant who somehow decided to plot against him. You managed to trap the demon in the grand cathedral but only have limited time and resources to build an army of the enemies’ flesh and bones to engage in duels against the opponents, collect heroes’ souls and defeat the demon eventually.

More than 40 playable characters with well-designed vigorous attack actions, a variety of equipment and collectable items, as well as plenty of possible ability combinations grant you great freedom when creating your own builds. But please keep in mind that your undead army will gradually decay as you take them to explore the dungeons. In order to lead the team forward, you will have to adapt to changes and achieve dynamic balance.

Corpse Keeper will launch on Steam Early Access in Q3, 2022 and a final version will be available for PC, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox one and Xbox Series x/s in 2023.

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