Scavengers, a new PvEvP survival shooter that pits players against a post-apocalyptic Earth is out now and you can play Scavengers for free with Twitch Drops.
Racing forward into the future might not be the best move if Scavenges is anything to go by. This brand new PvEvP encounter has just entered Early Access o PC and players eager to abandon their sofa for the unforgiving tundra that awaits humanity can grab a free key just by watching Twitch. Midwinter Entertainment and the purple streaming platform have combined efforts so players just need to log in and wait thirty minutes to get a look at what is in store before claiming their key. To grab a key for Scavengers, Early Access just follow these steps:
- Create an Improbable game account and link it with a Twitch account
- Watch 30 minutes of any Scavengers stream
- Claim the Twitch Drop and wait for an email with the Scavengers Steam Key
If you are looking for a little bit more information before jumping into Early Access, however little it costs then grab a gun and prepare for the future. Dropped into a sandbox filled wi5th a range of challenges, squads of three compete to survive and score datapoints against rival teams. In this wasteland, Scavengers teams must survive battle against both AI opponents and rival squads and exfil the planet with the most datapoints. Teams can use a variety of tactics to complete this and have plenty of unique strategies on offer. Each Explorer comes with its own weapon and a unique ability; a range of dynamic powers to buff defence, agility, utility, and more. With plenty of variety, lots of loadouts, and a gorgeous looking set of graphics, this looks like it might very well be worth 30 minutes of your time and something very different to the recent release of arena shooter Quantum League.
The Early Access limited-time Twitch Drops event begins at 12 am PST / 3 am EST / 8 am BST on April 28, with plans to open up to all players thereafter. To find out where to watch, drop into Twitch and head over to the official Scavengers website now.