WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, 3D Realms’ Quake-Inspired FPS, Exits Early Access with New Weapons and More

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WRATH: Aeon of Ruin, a “hardcore” boomer shooter inspired by Quake and other legendary FPS games from the ’90s, has left Early Access and is now available as part of a new Version 1.0 release that can be found on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and GOG, publishers 3D Realms and Fulqrum Publishing have announced. The full release of the game arrives with a range of improvements ahead of its console versions, news of which is expected later this year.

Pricing and offers:

  • $24.99 MSRP
  • 15% discount ($21.24) for launch week on Steam and EGS
  • $19.99 on GOG

Store links:

Version 1.0 features:

  • Fully-Implemented Story
  • 3 New Weapons – meaning 9 in total
  • 4 New Enemies – 15 in total
  • 2 New Sigils – 3 in total
  • 5 New Artifacts – 10 in total
  • New introduction and tutorial segment
  • Improved Enemy Encounters
  • Improved Enemy AI
  • Improved Map Layouts
  • Improvements to Overall Balance
  • Improvements to Overall Performance

Launch trailer with music from Greek musician and Rotting Christ vocalist/guitarist Sakis Tolis:

A note from the developers at KillPixel Games and Slipgate Ironworks:

…you will need to begin your journey anew, the old save games will no longer work. However, the changes and additions are so significant that we hope you will enjoy re-visiting your old stomping grounds.


You are Outlander. Once adrift upon the Ageless Sea, you now find yourself on the shores of a dying world. From the consuming darkness emerges a figure cloaked in white: the Shepherd of Wayward Souls, who burdens you with the task of hunting down the remaining Guardians of the Old World. You must journey into the vast gloom to explore ancient ruins, discover forgotten secrets and battle the horrors that lurk within.


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