Don’t Die Minerva Launches on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview

Don’t Die Minerva Launches on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview

Developer Xaviant have dropped their latest rogue-lite title Don’t Die, Minerva! on Stream Early Access and Xbox Game Preview.

Don’t Die, Minerva! Launches on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview

Don’t Die, Minerva! the rogue-lite by Xaviant, the same developers of The Culling, have brought their game to Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview today. The title is available for $19.99 on both platforms, and Xbox players can try out 1 hour free with the Don’t Die, Minerva! demo.

Players can take on the fiendish levels involving spooky ghosts which they must down and blast with their flashlight. Each level gets progressively hard and 11 year old Minerva will need to fend off stuff animal attacks as well as she explores a creepy mansion. Gameplay stays fresh as no two runs stay the same with procedurally generated levels and loot.

So far feedback for the games been quite positive says Xaviant’s Director of Operations Josh Van Veld:

So far, the feedback we’ve received from players who received a preview build has been very positive.โ€ Van Veld said. โ€œWe felt like we were making something special, but itโ€™s not until others start enjoying the game and talking about it that it feels real.

Xaviant will be adding new content to the game while its still in Stream Early Access and Xbox Game Preview. Those who are interested to give feedback can help to shape the gameplay and future additional content.

You can check out the launch trailer and screenshots below:

Don’t Die, Minerva! is now available on Steam Early Access and Xbox Game Preview.


For more news be sure to read next Pathfinder Wrath Of The Righteous Announced By Owlcat Games and Dead Cells Developer Motion Twin Announces First Paid DLC. If you’re interested in more rogue-likes be sure to check out Children Of Morta Review โ€“ Fighting, Fun For The Whole Family.

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