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Atari and Sneakybox Unveil Days of Doom
Atari and developer Sneakybox have announced Days of Doom, an apocalyptic turn-based tactical roguelite. The game looks to stand out from the crowd with its vibrant and colorful backdrops, while also challenging players with hordes of zombies, raiders, and mutant lizards. Players will have to use their distinct group of survivors and their unique abilities to navigate the wasteland to reach a sanctuary. There are eight survivor classes to choose from, each with their own unique abilities that can be used to shift the tide of battle. For example, the Pyro class allows you to burn enemies and leave them with residual damage each turn, while the Hydromancer and Thrasher can drench enemies with water before electrocuting them for a devastating synergy. With it being a roguelite game, players can expect each run to feel unique. To add to the challenge, there are over 50 randomly occurring events that present risk-reward scenarios for players during their runs, while more than 70 collectible items and runes can help you turn the odds in your favor. As you play several runs and make progress, you unlock permanent upgrades such as party size increases and resource accumulation speed. Days of Doom arrives on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and Atari VCS later this year. Check out the reveal trailer below for more details!