Let Them Come: Onslaught Unveils Demo at Steam Next Fest

Let Them Come: Onslaught Unveils  Demo at Steam Next Fest

Prepare for the high-octane experience of Let Them Come: Onslaught, a roguelite survival auto-battler from Tuatara Games, as it premieres its first public demo at Steam Next Fest on October 9, 2023.

Step into a sci-fi shoot 'em up that draws inspiration from the successful survival game, Vampire Survivors, enhanced by years of AAA VFX expertise.

You'll find yourself battered and bruised, navigating the aftermath of a crash landing on an enigmatic alien world. With hordes of bloodthirsty aliens closing in, wield your trusty space rifle, blaze a trail through the advancing enemy waves, and race against a relentless 12-minute countdown.

Gather XP and in-game credits in each run to expand your arsenal, with eight weapons available in the demo. Incinerate foes with a flamethrower, or obliterate them with a powerful laser gun. Utilize Repulse energy waves to momentarily immobilize your adversaries.

Navigate perilous environmental hazards, including thunder strikes brought to life by a dynamic weather system. Every attempt counts as you strive to reach the finish line at any cost.

Let Them Come: Onslaught is scheduled for an Early Access launch in 2024, with continuous enhancements planned throughout the Early Access phase, ensuring an optimized 1.0 release.

You can wishlist Let Them Come: Onslaught on Steam now. For updates, explore Tuatara Games' website and stay connected through their official website, Twitter, YouTube, and Discord channels.

About Tuatara Games
Tuatara Games delivers stunning results in the field of visual effects for AAA studios like Riot Games (Valorant), Epic Games (Fortnite), Counterplay Games (Godfall), and many more, but their passion doesn’t stop there. By supporting small indie developers and developing their own original experiences and games, Tuatara keeps experimenting and pushing interactive entertainment forward. Their first self-published game, Bare Butt Boxing, embraces chaos and whimsy in a world that often feels like the former, but could use more of the latter.