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Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

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Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

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Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

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Works on: Mac, Windows

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About the product

region: Global

Can be activated on Steam

Activation Guides

Works on: Mac, Windows

See all system requirements

regions

Select regions

Edition

Select versions

All Variations

Product description

Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

The most recent free extension package for Krater, an authentic midfield Dungeon exploring experience, is called Krater: Co-Op. Fast-paced action, tactical unit administration, manufacturing, and adventuring are all combined in this RTS-style Video Game.

 

 

While the Game's solitary narrative is playable, the Co-Op extension allows players to spend hours fighting through specifically made online Co-Op dungeons and monsters. Nearly everything else has also received adjustments or enhancements, including the Game's balance, the creation of loot and items, the HUD, and the graphics.

 

 

These application programmes are included in this product:

 

  • Krater Game
  • Krater: Dr Cerebro Pack DLC
  • Krater Soundtrack

 

 

For Microsoft Windows, there is a participation video Game called Krater.  Considering the studio's lukewarm success with Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West and other games, Fatshark created the Game. The Krater was made available through the electronic delivery network Steam in 2012.

 

 

The Game transports you to a comment Sweden in the far ahead. Its primitive people now explore the wrecked, overgrown planet for technology relics where once there were IKEA, Vikings, and Minecraft.

Its primitive people now explore the wrecked, overgrown planet for technology relics where once there were IKEA, Vikings, and Minecraft.

Three groups fight to control the gaping wound leading into the world below at the rim of an explosion zone known as the Krater. The Underside extends into the depths of the vanished Swedish civilisation and is made up of an unending network of caverns and tunnels full of old-world riches and dangers.

 

 

Gameplay

 

The actual tactical position videogame Krater is team-based. A group of gas-masked survivalists are under the player's command in post-apocalyptic Sweden. Gamers go through a nuclear war-ravaged post-apocalyptic planet. A player can control up to three individuals. However, reserve members can be bought.

 

The Game's combat system is modelled after Blizzard's Diablo series. The player takes command of a group of three individuals from a variety of four distinct classes and their "mutated" variations. The "Bruiser" class assumes the function of a tank. A "Medikus" that fulfils the conventional duties of a healer. A "Slayer," typically used for injury dealers or short-range DPS, and a "Controller," which is usually utilised for long-range DPS.

 

These classes' mutant versions provide unique but related talents. The player is also allowed to have a group of backup avatars. The player's squad always attacks as a unit; however, specific players can be moved to attack other objectives. Each participant is limited to two fixed talents with just cool-down dependability. The Game lacks a conventional levelling structure and relies on "implants," character enhancements that increase stats. Party members can also pass away permanently in the Game. A fresh recruit must replace a deceased employee. The Game's crafting system relies on gathering resources and obtaining schematics to make an item. Players may either buy designs from merchants or plunder dungeons to discover them.

 

Other details

  • Release date
    2012-06-12
  • Publishers
    Fatshark
  • Developers
    Fatshark
Languages
English, German, Polish, Russian
Screenshots
Screenshots
Instant delivery
Digital key
Assured Refunds

Product description

Krater - Collector's Edition (PC / Mac) - Steam - Digital Code

The most recent free extension package for Krater, an authentic midfield Dungeon exploring experience, is called Krater: Co-Op. Fast-paced action, tactical unit administration, manufacturing, and adventuring are all combined in this RTS-style Video Game.

 

 

While the Game's solitary narrative is playable, the Co-Op extension allows players to spend hours fighting through specifically made online Co-Op dungeons and monsters. Nearly everything else has also received adjustments or enhancements, including the Game's balance, the creation of loot and items, the HUD, and the graphics.

 

 

These application programmes are included in this product:

 

  • Krater Game
  • Krater: Dr Cerebro Pack DLC
  • Krater Soundtrack

 

 

For Microsoft Windows, there is a participation video Game called Krater.  Considering the studio's lukewarm success with Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West and other games, Fatshark created the Game. The Krater was made available through the electronic delivery network Steam in 2012.

 

 

The Game transports you to a comment Sweden in the far ahead. Its primitive people now explore the wrecked, overgrown planet for technology relics where once there were IKEA, Vikings, and Minecraft.

Its primitive people now explore the wrecked, overgrown planet for technology relics where once there were IKEA, Vikings, and Minecraft.

Three groups fight to control the gaping wound leading into the world below at the rim of an explosion zone known as the Krater. The Underside extends into the depths of the vanished Swedish civilisation and is made up of an unending network of caverns and tunnels full of old-world riches and dangers.

 

 

Gameplay

 

The actual tactical position videogame Krater is team-based. A group of gas-masked survivalists are under the player's command in post-apocalyptic Sweden. Gamers go through a nuclear war-ravaged post-apocalyptic planet. A player can control up to three individuals. However, reserve members can be bought.

 

The Game's combat system is modelled after Blizzard's Diablo series. The player takes command of a group of three individuals from a variety of four distinct classes and their "mutated" variations. The "Bruiser" class assumes the function of a tank. A "Medikus" that fulfils the conventional duties of a healer. A "Slayer," typically used for injury dealers or short-range DPS, and a "Controller," which is usually utilised for long-range DPS.

 

These classes' mutant versions provide unique but related talents. The player is also allowed to have a group of backup avatars. The player's squad always attacks as a unit; however, specific players can be moved to attack other objectives. Each participant is limited to two fixed talents with just cool-down dependability. The Game lacks a conventional levelling structure and relies on "implants," character enhancements that increase stats. Party members can also pass away permanently in the Game. A fresh recruit must replace a deceased employee. The Game's crafting system relies on gathering resources and obtaining schematics to make an item. Players may either buy designs from merchants or plunder dungeons to discover them.

 

Other details

Languages
English, German, Polish, Russian
  • Release date
    2012-06-12
  • Publishers
    Fatshark
  • Developers
    Fatshark

Promoted Offer

US$2.09
+ Service Fee
US$6.84

~ 69% off

Sold by Playtime

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