Wiesbaden, Germany - 22nd July 2022. Survivors of a destroyed world become denizens of a newly blossoming civilization in Endzone - A World Apart. Today, prepare to discover even more as the world of Endzone broadens further with its newest content-packed DLC titled, “Distant Places,” arriving on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S Brought to us by award-winning publisher Assemble Entertainment and developer Gentlymad Studios, the Distant Places DLC brings even more depth to the game by expanding beyond its original borders. Enjoying over 5,500 positive reviews on Steam, Endzone - A World Apart is Assemble Entertainment’s most successful game to date.
Watch the newest trailer for Endzone’s “Distant Places” console release:
Download the Distant Places press kit and new screenshots here
Download the Endzone - A World Apart press kit here
Request a Distant Places DLC code here
In the spirit of other survivor city-builders like Banished, Frostpunk, and Surviving the Aftermath, Endzone puts players in charge of rebuilding society after civilization’s complete collapse. Endzone differentiates itself by setting the scene after a nuclear holocaust, featuring mechanics such as complex weather of sandstorms and nuclear rain, as well as human threats such as crusaders, aggressive roaming hoards of resource-greedy warriors. Colony denizens face realistic and frighteningly prescient crises like radioactive soil, scarce clean water supplies, and tumultuous and deadly storms.
The Distant Places DLC introduces a breadth of highly requested features, such as brand new territories to discover and explore via the newly implemented Hot Air Balloon. Featuring 12 narrative-driven expeditions, exotic new foods and resources to discover, and new building blueprints to expand the variety of construction, Distant Places is suited for only the braves and most well-equipped adventurers. Board the balloon and set sights for beyond the horizon, discovering the Distant Places far, far away that so many legends speak of!
Key Features of Endzone’s “Distant Places” DLC Include:
A Story Untold: Experience 12 story-driven, large-scaled global expeditions that take you to four varied, yet unseen places of the world. Suited for only the most well-equipped adventurers, they offer uncertain but very rewarding outcomes.
Brick by Brick: Support and expand the settlement with new buildings by discovering blueprints during treacherous new expeditions
Beyond the Mysterious Beyond: Driven by an insatiable quest for knowledge and resources, settlers can take to the skies aboard their purpose-built hot air balloon in search of new opportunities
Exotic Treats:: Give the gift of scurvy prevention, by letting settlers experience the unique tastes and merits of six all-new exotic seeds like coconuts and bananas
Endzone - A World Apart: Distant Places is now available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S for £6.49 GBP / €7.99 EUR. The title is also available via Steam and GOG for Windows PC for £6.49 GBP / €7.99 EUR. In keeping with the game’s theme, Endzone - A World Apart is available as one of Assemble’s “Save the World” editions, which comes with extra goodies like the official soundtrack. Additionally, PlayStation Plus subscribers can grab Distant Places for a reduced price thanks to a 20% launch discount.
For more information please contact:
Mark Allen PR Ltd on behalf of Assemble Entertainment.
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About Assemble Entertainment
Founded in 2016 and based in Wiesbaden, Germany, Assemble Entertainment is an independent games developer best known for the survival city-builder Endzone - A World Apart, that challenges players to survive and thrive following an environmental apocalypse, and the modernized Leisure Suit Larry series, featuring two new entries in the iconic decades-spanning saga.
Despite the company's short history, Assemble Entertainment has won the German Developer Award twice — in 2020 and 2021— in the category "Best Publisher.” Assemble Entertainment organizes GermanDevDays, an annual conference held in Frankfurt, Germany since 2016 that attracts more than 1,100 attendees from across the German-speaking video game development industry. The event also includes the GermanDevDays Indie Award, where indie development teams across Germany can participate in varying categories to win a cash prize for their projects. The event is hosted by Stefan Marcinek, CEO and Founder of Assemble.