Conglomerate 451

Developer RuneHeads has announced that Conglomerate 451 will now exit Early Access in February 2020.

The team also provided an updated development roadmap that details everything still to come.

Chief among the content yet to be added are new boss battles, side missions, and other features to expand the scale.

The cyberpunk dungeon crawler was originally set for release last month but has since been delayed to ensure the quality of the final product, including improvements to gameplay, new content, and updated features.

RuneHeads says the current focus of these improvements include “quality of life features, more loot, new collectables, and better rewards,” as well as new bosses, Steam achievements, and a story mode.

Conglomerate 451 has been in Steam Early Access since May.

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