Extinction Release Date and Season Pass Announcement

Posted on 31 Jan 2018

Extinction, the giant troll-monster slaying game from Iron Galaxy and Modus Games finally has a release date and it’s not that far off – 10 April 2018. Additionally we’ve got details on the pricing and that a season pass exists – not what’s in the season pass, but just that you can buy it. Facepalm, it’s okay, we’ll wait. Done? Good. You can buy the base game for 69.99 Euros, a deluxe edition that includes the season pass for 79.99 Euros. Or, if you don’t fancy buying the season pass now, it’ll cost you 14.99 Euros later.

Official Press Release

Pre-orders Available Now for Standard and Deluxe Editions

WALNUT CREEK, Calif. (Jan. 30, 2018) — Originally announced in June of 2017 and followed by a strong showing at E3, Iron Galaxy and Modus Games are excited to announce the release date for Extinction. Prepare to save humanity from the formidable Ravenii on April 10th, 2018.

Pre-orders are available now for the standard and deluxe editions of Extinction. The standard edition is available for €69.99 and the Deluxe Edition, which includes the ‘Days of Dolorum’ season pass, is available for €79.99. Digital pre-orders will be available in early February. Players who want the season pass at a later date can purchase it for €14.99.

In Extinction, players take on the role of the hero, Avil. The last of the legendary Sentinels – the only warriors capable of toppling the Ravenii – he is all that stands between the towering ogres and the survival of the human race. Featuring insane skill-based combat that’s not for the squeamish, you’ll have to traverse the environment with precision while executing devastating attacks on your enemies. Use your whip to launch Avil into the air while dispatching a full-scale assault on monstrous beasts who want nothing more than to decimate you and your world. Annihilate all that stands between you and rescuing the people of Dolorum from extinction.

Extinction will be available on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and PC on April 10, 2018.

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