Pit People Hits Early Access on XBox and Steam

Friday, January 13th, 2017

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Pit People | Stranded

Bienvenidos, fellow Pit People! If you’ve been following The Behemoth’s latest outing, you’re probably pretty excited to hear that Pit People is in early access on both Steam and XBox One as of this Friday! More exciting is that if you buy it now, for the discounted price of $14.99, your version will automatically upgrade to the full version at no additional cost! That’s a pretty great incentive to get folks playing a fun little game. However, if you’re still not convinced, you are more than welcome to pick up the full version at a later date for $19.99.

Pit People | Horatio and friends

An added incentive is that if you own other games from The Behemoth, you’ll get free items when you boot up the game! The Early Access will allow players to experience a good chunk of the game, access to various maps and quests and even Versus mode. You can enjoy the game as a single player or two player experience, and that’s not even taking into account the online options.

Pit People | Cupcake

Best of all, as Early Access progresses the team will be continually adding content and fixing things up, making it a better and better experience. All in all, Pit People is shaping up to be a great 4th game for The Behemoth. Stay tuned to oprainfall for more news about the game as it hits!

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