After several months of listening to player feedback and tweaking accordingly, Phosphor Games’ survival horror MMO Nether has left Steam Early Access in favor of a full release. I spent a couple hours with it back in February and while I wasn’t terribly impressed with what it had to offer back then, it’s seen some significant improvements and new features since then that make me want to give it a second chance.
Owners of the pre-release version will get a potion that turns the user into a Nether — one of the game’s monsters — as well as keys that can be used to gain access to the rare loot inside golden chests. If you’ve been waiting to be sold on Nether, it can be purchased on Steam for $14.99.
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