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Roguelite Survival Auto-Battler  Let Them Come: Onslaught  Debuts First Demo at Steam Next Fest

Demo during Next Fest and so on.

October 6, 2023

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Tuatara Games |  

Let Them Come: Onslaught, the fast-paced survival auto-battler with roguelite elements developed by Tuatara Games, makes its Steam Next Fest premiere Oct. 9, 2023 with a brand new public demo!

Live and breathe adrenaline in this sci-fi shoot ‘em up inspired by the survival hit, Vampire Survivors, augmented with years of AAA VFX experience.


Bloodied and bruised, rise through the rubble after crash landing on a strange alien planet. Survive as hordes of bloodthirsty aliens quickly draw near. Trusty space rifle in tow, fire onto an advancing wave of enemies to clear a path and reach the end of an intense 12-minute countdown.

Collect XP and in-game credits throughout each run, building an arsenal of weapons, eight of which are available in the demo. 

Light ‘em up with a flamethrower, or zap aliens to oblivion with a high-powered laser gun. Use the Repulse energy waves to paralyze adversaries, if only for a swift moment. 


Avoid environmental hazards, powering through rumbling thunder strikes thanks to a dynamic weather system. Make every attempt count, and get to the finish line at all costs.


Let Them Come: Onslaught is set to launch via Early Access in 2024.

The development team will incorporate improvements throughout the Early Access journey to ensure the final 1.0 launch is as optimized as possible.

  Let Them Come: Onslaught is currently available to wishlist on Steam. Check out Tuatara Games’ portfolio and stay up-to-date on the official website or by following the studio on TwitterYouTube, and Discord.  

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About Tuatara Games

Tuatara Games delivers stunning results in the field of visual effects for AAA studios like Riot Games (Valorant), Epic Games (Fortnite), Counterplay Games (Godfall), and many more, but their passion doesn’t stop there. By supporting small indie developers and developing their own original experiences and games, Tuatara keeps experimenting and pushing interactive entertainment forward. Their first self-published game, Bare Butt Boxing, embraces chaos and whimsy in a world that often feels like the former, but could use more of the latter.

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