With Days of Doom hitting Switch this week, we have one final launch trailer. Atari and SneakyBox are showing off their new post-apocalyptic tactical roguelite.
Here’s an official overview of the game with more details:
Days of Doom is an unconventional post-apocalyptic odyssey set in a colorful, chaotic world where zombies, raiders, zombie raiders, and mutant lizards roam free. You’ll embark on a quest to navigate a treacherous wasteland and reach sanctuary amidst the rubble. Armed with an eclectic group of uniquely skilled survivors, you must strategically maneuver through hordes of undead hellspawn and other threatening adversaries, manage hard-earned resources, and devise tactics that will allow you to outsmart the undead and mutated swarms.
Mastering the art of turn-based combat is essential to survival in this tortured realm. Each character class possesses unique abilities that, when skillfully employed, can turn the tide of battle. Kickstart the chaos with Pyro, setting foes ablaze for lingering damage. Combo together attacks from Hydromancer and Thrasher, drenching enemies with watery assaults and delivering an electrifying knock-out. Though the odds seem insurmountable, strategic utilization of each class’ talents, combined with timely upgrades and new abilities, is the key to overcoming the undead (or otherwise disturbing) menaces.
Prepare for endless surprises and relentless challenges, as no two runs in Days of Doom are ever the same. The procedurally generated landscape and the unpredictability of enemy encounters ensure each playthrough offers a fresh opportunity to hone your survival skills, pushing you to the top of your game.
- Anime-inspired art style that brings the playful and quirky vision of the post-apocalypse to life
- Eight unique character classes, each equipped with powerful default and punishing special abilities, boosted by over 70 items and runes to collect
- A dozen enemies, from the archetypal zombie to deadly raiders to explosive monstrosities, and two surprisingly brutal boss fights
- Original orchestral soundtrack by Jelle Dittmar (Death by Flame, The Playboy Murders)
We’ve attached the Days of Doom launch trailer below.
Days of Doom is now available on Switch.