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Bandai Namco's Impact Winter available to preorder on Steam, Xbox and PS4 version to follow

Bandai Namco's upcoming survival game Impact Winter is available to pre-order on Steam with Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions to follow later this year. The game is releasing for PCs on April 12, 2017.

The post-apocalyptic survival game takes place on snow-covered Earth after an asteroid collides with the planet, plunging it into sub-zero temperatures. You play as Jacob Solomon, a lone survivor who stumbles upon a reassuring message that gives him hope. All he has to do is survive for 30 days along with fellow stranded humans and their robot, AKO-LIGHT, he found in a snow-buried church. Help is on the way, but will they make it?

The Steam page for the game details:

In 30 days, help is coming…"

A mysterious radio transmission claims that help is inbound. You are Jacob Solomon: leader of a makeshift team trying to survive the aftermath of a devastating asteroid collision. The world you once knew is no more – buried deep beneath the constant snowfall. Your goal: keep your companions alive until rescue.

Rescue-minus 30 days:
Rediscover the survival genre: strategize in a bid to lower the Rescue Timer.

Lead your team to survival:
Provide for your team and unite your skills in a freezing struggle for life.

An immersive and unpredictably hostile world:
Outlast a hazardous winter brought to life by a unique artistic direction.er brought to life by a unique artistic direction.

The company is offering the official soundtrack of the game, created exclusively by composer Mitch Murder, to everyone who preorders the game on Steam.

Watch the PC trailer for the game below:

You can preorder Impact Winter for PCs here.

Source: Steam via MSPoweruser

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