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Undead Labs, Kabam Bring Moonrise to PAX Prime 2014

Posted on Monday, August 11 @ 15:00:00 PST by

Kabam and Undead Labs have invited PAX convention-goers to visit their booth to see and play Moonrise for the first time, with hands-on demos available throughout PAX Prime 2014 at the end of this month.

Moonrise presents "an enigmatic event" that "periodically caused widespread fear and destruction." Here are more details from the developers:

As [the Moonrise event's] corrupting shadow spread across the land, peaceful creatures known as Solari were transformed into savage Lunari, attacking towns and cities for months until the effect faded. In recent times, Moonrises have been rare, sometimes separated by centuries, and their corruption lasting mere days. But that's changing now, as the cycle intensifies once again, and the world faces an age of danger and uncertainty.

You'll recognize Undead Labs from State of Decay while Kabam has several free-to-play games including The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-earth. The developers will have Moonrise available for hands-on in Booth #6103. GameRevolution will have a lot more coverage from PAX through the end of August.
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