The Eternal Cylinder Hits PC and Consoles on October 13th – Free Next Gen Console Upgrades

The Eternal Cylinder Hits PC and Consoles on October 13th - Free Next Gen Console Upgrades

ace team And good cowboy entertainment have announced that their award-winning and critically acclaimed title eternal cylinder officially 13 October 2022 Coming to Steam, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions can be upgraded to the next-gen version for free, allowing for even more exploration of the game’s original world.

It will also release on 13 October anniversary update For Eternal Cylinder. It includes new content for all platforms, including two new creatures and a new Trebham ability. The update also brings some technical improvements to selected systems. The PC version gets 4K support and ray tracing on Steam and the Epic Games Store – on PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X you can choose between 4K and ray tracing (ray tracing is not available on Xbox Series S). The PlayStation®5 version also supports the DualSense controller’s haptic feedback and pressure-sensitive triggers.

As part of Steam Next Fest, October 3rd. There will be a demo of the game starting from Steam To give.

eternal cylinder Set in an alien world, full of surreal environments, strange creatures and wondrous buildings. Everything is covered with a cylinder, a massive, ancient structure that destroys everything in its path. In this world you take control of a tiny Trebhum – a crazy creature with a trunk: neither particularly fast nor particularly strong, but infinitely adaptable. Only those who are fully adapted to every circumstance will survive. Mutations and evolution give the Trebhum swarm entirely new characteristics and abilities to overcome obstacles and evade predators.

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