Curve Digital and Swedish developer DoubleMoose Games released a free PvP update for their old people mayhem sandbox Just Die Already. This is the first free update since the game’s launch just a few weeks ago at the end of May that allows old angry people to hilariously cut loose.
Boomers are in the fight of their lives in the new PvP mode for Just Die Already. Players can compete against their friends in four new arenas. No matter the location, the goal is always the same, survive. To live on past the elderly onslaught players will need to rip of the limbs of their assailants and unleash total destruction.
The new PvP mode includes a brand new game called Farm. This is a cat and mouse style gameplay where one player takes on the mantle of the farmer who is trying to stop apple thieves. All the other players are out to steal themselves some apples, however, they just need to watch out for the farmer and their shotgun.
Other areas are battle arenas where players will fight using an array of weapons and tools scattered around the level. Several settings create different arena battle styles that include Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Stock, Time Limit, and King of the Hill.
In the update there is a new option to enable and disable blood and gore. The PvP is modes are available in cross-play across all platformers for up to four players. This update includes general bug fixes and optimizations. With this update also comes the announcement that this PvP update is the first of many updates planned for the rest of 2021 and beyond.
Just Die Already and its free PvP update are available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle, Steam, and Epic Games Store for $14.99 USD. The game is also available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. More information about Just Die Already can be found by following @JustDieGame on Twitter or by visiting the game’s page on the publisher’s website here.
DoubleMoose Games (@DoubleMoose Twitter) is a collective of several self-described “three-dimensional organic meat automatons” who are “infused by four-dimensional souls” that converged to produce entertainment products for the inhabitants of Earth. The Swedish game development studio’s portfolio includes Animal Super Squad and Just Die Already.
Curve Digital (@CurveDigital Twitter) is a leading publisher of games on PC and consoles. Founded in 2005 by Jason Perkins, the company is a British video game publisher based in London, England. Since 2013 the company has been working with game developers to bring their games to the global market with hits such as Dear Esther and Human: Fall Flat. The publisher has also won awards such as the Indie Games Publisher of the Year at the 2018 and 2019 MCV Awards.
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