Atari’s Days of Doom: A Turn-Based Tactical Roguelite Game

Days of Doom

Atari and also programmer Sneakybox have actually introduced Days of Doom, an apocalyptic turn-based tactical roguelite. The game wants to overturn the assumptions of those that are tired of the brownish and also grey shade schemes of various other armageddon setups by putting the activity over lively and also vivid backgrounds as you fight via crowds of zombies, raiders, and also mutant reptiles. 

Navigating the marsh to get to a haven will certainly call for technique, as you should deal with the elbowing in altered pressures utilizing your team of unique survivors. Beyond the turn-based methods at play, you should likewise handle your limited collection of sources and also maintain your wits regarding you as you steer via the crowds of the undead.


Each of the 8 survivor courses includes special capabilities that can be made use of to move your ton of money in fight. For instance, the Pyro course permits you to melt adversaries and also leave them with recurring damages each turn while incorporating the Hydromancer with the Thrasher can soak adversaries with water prior to electrocuting them for a destructive harmony. Players will certainly require to utilize these capabilities to their benefit and also assume tactically with these capabilities to conquer the apparently overwhelming chances.

And, obviously, with it being a roguelite game, gamers can anticipate each go to really feel special. More than 50 arbitrarily happening occasions existing risk-reward situations for gamers throughout their runs, while greater than 70 collectible products and also runes can assist you transform the chances in your support in your offered run. However, as you play a number of runs and also make progression, you open long-term upgrades, such as celebration dimension boosts and also source buildup rate.

If you would love to discover more, you can take a look at the expose trailer listed below.

Days of Doom shows up on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, COMPUTER, and also Atari VCS later on this year.


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