Deathgarden launches via Steam Early Access on August 14, for PS4 and Xbox One in early 2019

Pre-order for a free upgrade to the Digital Deluxe Edition.


Deathgarden will launch for PC via Steam Early Access on August 14 for $29.99, and for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One alongside the full PC release in early 2019, developer Behaviour Interactive announced. Progression made in the Early Access version will carry over to the full release.

The Early Access version will launch with a free week of gameplay for all players until August 21. Pre-orders are automatically upgraded to the normally $49.99 Digital Deluxe Edition, which includes exclusive Origin cosmetic sets, the game soundtrack, and a digital art book.

The following new content will be added to the game alongside its Early Access launch:

  • New mode: Gather and Deliver
  • New time of day: Night
  • Progression and Customization
  • Main Hub (Locker Room)
  • Two new weapons and one fresh power for the Hunter
  • Two new perks for the Runners

Additionally, Behavior Interactive announced that players who participated in the Deathgarden alpha or beta tests are invited to play the game during an Early Access soft launch, which begins today.

Watch the Steam Early Access launch trailer below.

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