Conglomerate 451, has left Early Access and is now available for purchase via Steam. The game will be available through GOG on 24 February 2020. Conglomerate 451 makes good use out of its grid-based, dungeon-crawling RPG roots by offering a variety of technologies to explore and improve.
1C Entertainment and developer RuneHeads have recently announced that their first-person cyberpunk dungeon-crawler title - Conglomerate 451, has recently left Early Access. The game is currently available for PC via Steam and other digital platforms.
The game's price tag reads 19.99 USD / 19,99 EUR and there's a 15 per cent launch discount available for a limited time. GOG users will be able to purchase Conglomerate 451 starting on 24 February.
Since Conglomerate 451 launched into Early Access, the dev team has added various new features to the experience. The new features include:
- 4 new areas
- A story mode
- 25 new enemies
- 10 new NPCs
- Corporation bosses
- Re-designed UI
On top of these, the developers have also added some roguelike elements such as imperfect character cloning as well as randomized perks.
Conglomerate 451 makes good use out of its grid-based, dungeon-crawling RPG roots by offering a variety of technologies to explore and enhance.
Conglomerate 451's roguelike elements will add some weight to the player's decisions. To see all your agents make it out of a sticky situation alive, you'll have to leverage all the tools you have at your disposal. These will come in the form of everything from hacking and equippable agent skills, to the strategic use of tools developed by your personal R&D department.
1C Entertainment and RuneHeads have attached this message:
"Both 1C Entertainment and RuneHeads would like to remind players that Conglomerate 451 is not an emergent AI bent on expanding the limits of the human vessel for its own unknowable purposes and that the game is completely benign to humanity in all ways."