UnDungeon Release Time, Date and Price

November 17, 2021

Get ready to experience the real-time action RPG, UnDungeon, as it’s set for release. Find out the date, time and price right here.

If you love your RPG’s coated with colourful pixel action, developer Laughing Machines might have the very game for you. A pixel art science fiction action/RPG with deep lore, UnDungeon tasks the player with travelling between dimensions and changing the world around them in an attempt to reconstruct the shattered Multiverse.

Build your hero as you see fit by implanting organs in their body and the choices you make will affect the fate of the Multiverse which is on the verge of destruction. Each tree, bush or rock is hand-drawn and each enemy has dozens of carefully crafted animation frames to create a one-of-a-kind visual experience.

UnDungeon | Gameplay Trailer

UnDungeon | Gameplay Trailer

Taking inspiration from Hades and Curse of the Dead Gods, Undungeon seems pretty cool, right? If this sounds like your cup of tea, you’ll be able to jump into the game sooner than you think – like, tomorrow!

UnDungeon Release Date and Time

Undungeon will be coming to Steam, GOG and Xbox One on November 18th. As well as the game coming to PC and Xbox, UnDungeon will arrive via Xbox Game Pass on day one. If you fancy a quick try before you buy, there’s a demo available for free on Steam.

You should be able to play UnDungeon on the day of release via Xbox usually shortly after 12:00 AM local time. Regarding most Steam games, they are usually released at 10 AM PST/6 PM GMT.

UnDungeon Price

If you don’t have Gamepass for Xbox, which is an amazing deal by the way, UnDungeon will cost $17.99. On Steam, the game is priced at $19.99.

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