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    Hopoo Games And Gearbox Publishing Announce Risk Of Rain Returns

    Gearbox Publishing and Hopoo Games revealed Risk of Rain Returns, a remake of the classic Risk of Rain with enhanced visuals and a spaceship-load of new features and content not previously seen. It’s slated for release in 2023 and will be available on Steam and Nintendo Switch. Wishlisting is now available on both platforms.

    Risk of Rain Returns takes everything we learned making Risk of Rain 2 and applies it to the original we created back in our dorm room – As we chart our future as developers, it was important to us that we look back on our early work. Risk of Rain Returns is a small token of our appreciation to this incredible community. We hope everyone is as excited about the future as we are.

    Duncan Drummond – Co-founder of Hopoo Games

    Developed by Hopoo Games and published by Gearbox Publishing, Risk of Rain Returns rebuilds the original 2013 title from the ground up. Now with an updated codebase, it expands on the original and implements features and learnings from the smash hit Risk of Rain 2.

    Drop pod onto the planet Petrichor V again (or for the very first time) with HD pixel art, original and new music from Chris Christodoulou, tons of balance changes, and more. For players new to Risk of Rain, prepare to fight through hordes of challenging monsters that threaten your continued existence, collect and combine items to enhance your abilities, and scale your power to godlike levels as your enemies increase in number and difficulty.

    This modern take on the decade-old game has been carefully designed, beautifully remastered, and loaded with new ways to play. No two runs in the iconic roguelike are the same, and that has never been truer than now with enhanced new and familiar Survivors, customizable Survivor abilities, fresh items, deadly monsters, and a game mode.

    Risk of Rain Returns implements revamped multiplayer, making it easier than ever to play with friends.

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