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Fallout meets Minecraft in new free Steam download

Sam Cawley

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Fallout meets Minecraft in new free Steam download

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An upcoming Steam game flawlessly mashes the blocky aesthetic of Minecraft with the post-apocalyptic gameplay of Fallout, and you can try it for yourself right now.

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If Palworld is Pokemon with guns, then Voxlands is best described as Minecraft with guns, though in a weird way it really works.

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In terms of gameplay it’s remarkably similar to Minecraft, allowing players to build, craft and destroy the landscape in order to give you the best chance of survival. The difference is you’ll be dropping the swords and bows in favour of machine guns and explosives. Again it’s a lot like Palworld taking your average Pokemon game and equipping the critters with firearms.

It helps that the game looks gorgeous. It’s boasting some superb resolution and lighting effects with those sunsets looking especially good. It’s a remarkable juxtaposition to see a game look so realistic yet also look like a cartoon block world, but it pulls it off the look quite well.

Fallout fans will certainly get a kick out of it, as there are plenty of quests to complete and monsters to kill, or you can just try your hand at surviving for as long as possible.

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If any of that sounds like your cup of tea you’ll want to run to Steam, where you can play the game for free right now. The full-game is yet to release and at the time of writing the developer hasn’t shared a launch date. It’ll also only release on Steam so Xbox and PlayStation fans will have to live without it. Luckily interested PC players can download a free demo as part of Voxlands early access, giving them a taste of what the full experience will be like.

All in all it seems like another fantastic survival-RPG to add to your library when it launches, so add it to your wishlist for updates on its release and try it for yourself through the demo.

Topics: Minecraft, Fallout, PC, Steam

Sam Cawley
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