After being disclosed last year, the multiplayer title Darwin Project from developer Scavenger Studio has offered some interesting new ideas from the growingly-popular conflict royale genre, and now the studio has now announced it is hoping to bring in new players from shifting to a free-to-play version.
Developer Scavenger Studio announced today in a livestream its battle royale name Darwin Project will be moving towards a free-to-play structure beginning today, April 20th, and apart from its paid version (with the game now $14.99 on both the PC and Xbox One).
For players who had purchased the game on PC, a number of in-game items will automatically be provided to players’ inventories on April 24th, 2018. Alongside this, quite a few cosmetic things are also being released into this game, though the studio assured that “that the vast majority” of them is going to be accessible through in-game advancement, and that each the new things are “purely aesthetic and 100% optional. ”
Darwin Project is available today through Steam Early Access on PC, and is part of this Xbox Game Preview program on Xbox One.