Earthfall is Coming to Consoles and PC in July; Getting Physical Release from Gearbox Publishing

Developer Holospark has officially announced that its co-op shooter Earthfall will be bringing the alien invasion to digital and retail this summer.

on May 22, 2018 10:08 AM

As a spiritual successor to co-op-based shooters like Left 4 Dead, developer Holospark is bringing players together against alien hordes in the upcoming Earthfall, and now you and your friends can fend off the alien invasion together this summer.

Developer Holospark has announced that Earthfall will release for PS4, Xbox One, and PC on July 13th, 2018, after the title was previously available on Steam through Early Access. Aside from its digital release on all three platforms, the game will also be getting a physical release through Gearbox Publishing at retail for PS4 and Xbox One.

The game will come in two editions for its release in July, which will include the standard edition for $29.99 and a special Deluxe Edition of the game for $39.99, which will feature additional weapon and character skins.

Overall, Holospark detailed that at launch, Earthfall will feature 10 missions across two campaigns, in which players will team up in the Pacific Northwest to fight off waves of alien forces and get everyone out alive.

Earthfall will release on July 13th, 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC both digitally and at retail. For a closer look at the upcoming game, you can check out the latest trailer below, and you can also read our recent hands-on preview of the game from PAX East. You can also check out the game’s PS4/Xbox One box art and a look at the Deluxe Edition character skins below.

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