Endzone: A World Apart is a strategy-based city builder. The game receives regular updates from developer Gentlymad Studios. Published by Assemble Entertainment, it first released on April 2, 2020. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, players will take on a variety of challenges. Rebuilding civilization sounds simple, but challenges like toxic rain, sandstorms, and droughts can make it difficult.
Endzone’s Radiation Update
Food is an important commodity in a post-nuclear world. One must forage, gather, and ensure they have enough to last. In modern times, many devices can filter out impurities in water. Others filter out the larger bits of indigestible food. While those devices were useful, none filtered out radiation. Endzone makes it up by providing the useful Decontamination Post. With the Decontamination Post, players will be able to harvest more food. Players can now purify irradiated food using decontamination kits. Not only will this help stock things up, but civilization will stay healthy.
Players can also now use the Mine. The mine will grant players two more valuable resources: iodine and coal. Turn the iodine into tablets for medical facilities. Use those same tablets to cure your settlers of radiation. And ensure they stave off radiation as they expand civilization to its former glory.
Along with two new buildings, Endzone will have new expeditions and side missions. Developers have also added Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese language support. Players can look forward to an improved save game system. Players should also notice there is a bit more balance to the game. A few minor bugs have also been taken care of with the update.
You can find Endzone: A World Apart in Early Access on Steam for $23.99. Have you played the game already? What did you think? Let us know in the comments. If you haven’t played it, check out the trailer and see if it catches your eye.