Digital Cybercherries’ Hypercharge: Unboxed Leaves Steam Early Access

Digital Cybercherries’ Hypercharge: Unboxed Leaves Steam Early Access
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Publisher and developer Digital Cybercherries has announced its latest title, Hypercharge: Unboxed has graduated from Steam Early Access. Hypercharge: Unboxed was previously released on the Nintendo Switch in February but is now ready for PC players to enjoy.

Hypercharge: Unboxed features a group of toys who are fighting to keep their memory alive. If they fail in their mission, the toys will be gone forever, and humans will forget they ever existed. While the plot seems serious, there are plenty of entertaining and challenging features.

Throughout the game, players can earn XP, unlock skins, and customize their character. Players can also unlock turrets, traps, and other construction materials to build the perfect defense to fight off waves of enemies.

Not only does the title have solo play but there is also multiplayer with up to four players. Players can either join as a team or fight in PvP. Players can play locally with split-screen.

The title does have controller support for those who want more options than a keyboard and mouse.

Hypercharge: Unboxed currently has two DLC: the original soundtrack and the supporter pack. The Supporter Pack comes with the Classic Hypercharge Action Figure and five unique skins and weapon materials. While the Supporter Pack is only cosmetic, it helps to support the developer to create future content.

For those who like to try out games before committing to buying them, a free demo is available now.

The official Steam store summary states:

Hypercharge: Unboxed is a classic style FPS that mixes Tower Defense with Wave-Based Shooting. It has a huge focus on teamwork, exploration and progression. Break free from your packaging (literally) and blast every toy to pieces. Can you and your squad fulfill the epic mission of Sgt. Max Ammo and protect the HYPER-CORE?

Digital Cybercherries has continued to update the game since it graduated Steam Early Access. The developer added new game servers in Australia/New Zealand and Singapore. The game also now offers Steam trading cards.

Players who want to follow the development of the game can follow the developer on social media or click the link on the Steam page to join the official Discord server for Hypercharge: Unboxed.

Hypercharge: Unboxed is now available on PC via Steam and the Nintendo Switch.