Amid Evil Channels Retro FPS Nostalgia in its Early Access Launch Trailer

Amid Evil, a retro-styled FPS that takes inspiration from games like Heretic and Hexen, hit Early Access today so it received an action-packed launch trailer.

on March 12, 2018 1:00 PM

We learned last week that developer Indefatigable and publisher New Blood Interactive planned on releasing Amid Evil, a retro-themed FPS inspired by titles like Heretic, in Early Access on March 12. Now that day has finally come, so an exciting launch trailer was released for the game alongside some more details on the game’s stint in Early Access.

The launch trailer for Amid Evil is very fast-paced, showing several snippets of gameplay that feature some of the wacky and unique mystical weapons that players can use on their adventure. At launch, players will have access to three of the game’s seven campaign missions and an endless mode titled Hordes of Evil.

The game’s Steam page also gives us more details about Amid Evil. Like many developers that go with Early Access, Indefatigable choose to do so in order to get more immediate and active feedback from the community during the game’s development while also giving players access to already finished episodes.

While the developers did not give an exact window for how long the game will be in Early Access, they claim it will be “not too long” as they will continue to add a lot of content and new campaign episodes every month until Amid Evil is ready for launch. The game is currently priced at $19.99, but the developers promise that this price will not increase at all once Amid Evil leaves Early Access.

Below, you can check out the Amid Evil’s launch trailer. The game is now available on PC via Steam Early Access.

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Tomas Franzese is a Staff Writer at DualShockers, writing a variety of reviews and shedding light on upcoming games for both PC and consoles. While he has been a gamer most of his life, he began writing for DualShockers in 2016 and has almost never put his computer or a controller down since.