RealGamerNewZ is back with another Giveaway for those who would like to acquire something on Steam they might have otherwise never had the chance to try out. Genetic Disaster is a title that recently launched on Steam with Online Co-Op capabilities and if you enter with your friends you all just might have the chance to squad up together with a unique team of shooters the likes of which you haven’t seen quite like this before.
With the ability to practice single player, play the game at home with friends through local multiplayer, or even jump online with friends and random strangers to blast your way through the various environments crafted for a multi-species battlegrounds featured by Genetic Disaster. Master the variety of characters and each of their own styles, needs, pros and cons as part of being a team player involves admitting what you aren’t good at and specializing at what you can pull off exceptionally well.
Ten winners will permanently own Genetic Disaster if they are lucky enough to win the contest. Retailing on Steam at $19.99 usd we will have giving multiple ways to increase the likelihood that you’ve become the winner. This contest will allow some actions to be performed once per day for an increased chance at winning. It will be a close race, even just entering there’s a good chance you’ll get a code though. But winning is only half the battle!
Genetic Disaster Steam Key Giveaway:
- Co-op local and online multiplayer for up to 4 players
- Procedurally generated levels
- 4 charismatic characters, each with their own skills
- Seamless and automatic gameplay balance adjustments depending on the number of players
- Hand-painted characters and environments
- Upgrade your hero throughout levels
- PC and Game pad compatible controls
Release Date: December 18, 2017
Genre: Online Multiplayer Co-Op Roguelike Twin Stick Shooter
Developer / Publisher: Team8 Studio
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