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    Everreach: Project Eden sets a December 4 release on Xbox One and PC, PS4 in 2020.

    Finally, after a delay announcement, publisher Headup Games and developer Elder Games pinpointed their much-awaited game, Everreach: Project Eden will be launching on December 4, while PlayStation 4 fans will get their hands on the game in 2020.

    A new third series of “Secret Documentation” trailers have surfaced featuring futuristic gear of Everreach Security Division Lieutenant Nora Harwood, along with over 80 upgrade systems such as offering protection, deploy force fields and shield overload.

    Welcome to Eden

    Introducing the habitable planet Eden filled with lush forest, open desert and caves.

    Play as Nora Harwood as you explore deep into the vast alien planet while being backed up your teams in Everreach’s Security Division, tasked to secure the colonization process of Eden and investigate mysterious incidents.

    Prepare yourself by customizing your skills and gears as you will be engaging tactical ground combat, high-speed vehicular warfare, and a compelling level.

    Key combat features:

      • Play as a highly trained security guard specialized in extraterrestrial missions
      • Customize your skills and gear through a classical skill tree with over 80 upgrades
      • Engage in tactical ground battles, deploy force fields or use the environment against your foes.
      • Immerse yourself with 8 hours of the story from Michelle Clough, game writer, and former narrative QA for the Mass Effect trilogy
      • Explore Eden’s beautiful vistas designed by Mai-Anh Tran, an artist who worked on movies such as WarCraft and Star Trek: Beyond
      • Hop onto your hoverbike to engage in high-speed vehicular warfare

    Enter this alien world this coming December 4, 2019, for Xbox One and PC via Steam, followed by PlayStation 4 in 2020.

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