Surviving the Aftermath: New Alliances expansion released – News

Surviving the Aftermath: New Alliances expansion released - News

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Yesterday Paradox Interactive and Iceflake Studios did New Alliancesthe first expansion for the survival colony builder Surviving the Aftermath (in the game check), released. New Alliances builds on the gameplay features of the world map and allows you to unite a post-apocalyptic society by allying together diverse colonies surviving in the Wasteland. New Alliances is available for PC at a suggested retail price of €14.99. You can watch the trailer directly below this news. Besides, that is Forgotten Tracks Radio Pack now available for EUR 3.99 (RRP).

Surviving the Aftermath: New Alliances goes beyond the limits of player settlement, allowing you to influence and collaborate with other societies in new ways. You help others build new buildings or support them in other ways when they ask for help. Cooperation is more important than ever as the Wasteland has become more dynamic and hostile. Bandits and dangerous creatures move around the world map and react to your actions, invading strategically important places and even raiding settlements. There is also greater danger on the horizon, as a powerful new faction stands ready to subjugate anyone not strong enough to resist. Specialists can perform covert missions and influence the balance of power through sabotage, theft, espionage and propaganda. Failure has dire consequences, but the reward is worth the risk. You must unite the wasteland, for the future rests on your shoulders.

Lasse LiljedahlGame Director of Surviving the Aftermath, had the following to say about the New Alliances expansion:

The dynamic world map in New Alliances allows our players to get creative when it comes to collaborating with other societies. This extends Surviving the Aftermathexperience beyond the colony and adds another strategic layer to the wasteland. Player feedback has been instrumental in improving Surviving the Aftermath’s gameplay, as our community has been instrumental in tweaking new features and mechanics. New Alliances is adding features that players have been asking for, and we’ll continue to listen to our community for future content updates.

Surviving the Aftermath: New Alliances Key Features:

  • Together we are strong: you meet different societies and support them in their demands to win their loyalty and to improve their own colonies with more than 12 new buildings. Positive interactions with other companies increase your reputation. However, if you don’t live up to expectations, they will join your new rival, who will then gain more control over the wasteland.
  • New enemies in a dynamic world map: bandits and beasts roam the wasteland, requiring protection for the settlement and allied settlements. Bandit groups terrorize survivors and take over key locations. You must take care to defend and support other societies by trading and constructing new buildings whenever possible. An extension of the user interface allows to manage every single step to unify the wasteland.
  • Covert Missions: Creating a new world isn’t always easy. While collaboration is important, leaders can also influence society in more subtle ways. Sabotage, theft, espionage, and even propaganda become important tools in the arsenal, and the skills of specialists affect the likelihood of their mission succeeding. Don’t forget the consequences: failure will tarnish your reputation and give your competitor more control, which may result in retaliation from the targeted corporations.
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The Forgotten Tracks Radio Pack includes the Easy Rider Playlist with ten tracks and over 30 minutes of music, and the Radiant Heart Playlist with eight tracks.