BIRTHDAYS THE BEGINNING NOW AVAILABLE IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND FOR PS4, & FREE DLCS!
NIS America is proud to announce that Birthdays the Beginning is now available for the PlayStation®4 in Australia and New Zealand! The game is also available digitally on Steam® (Windows).
Two decorative DLC items, “Crashed UFO” and “Boxasaurus Rex”, will be available for free on PSN from May 17. See below for more details! Eight additional DLC bundles and two individual DLC will be arriving soon to give all players a chance to make their world even more unique!
The game will contain in-game text in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish. The Steam® version will also contain in-game text in Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.
About the game:
From the legendary creator Mr. Yasuhiro Wada (TOYBOX Inc.), comes Birthdays the Beginning: a new sandbox game in which players create cube-shaped worlds that give rise to diverse and unique lifeforms. With careful experimentation, players can shape the geography and alter the temperature of each world to create the conditions for life and witness the birth of an entire ecosystem!
About the DLCs:
Crashed UFO – Give your world some intergalactic charm with this UFO crash site decoration! What other secrets does the universe hold…?
Boxasaurus Rex – Decorate your world with the most dangerous dinosaur in all of prehistory! Made out of 100% recyclable materials! The Boxasaurus Rex decorative DLC item will available free from 17 May until 24 May. After 24 May, it will no longer be available for download.
A World All Your Own – Create any world you can imagine! From staggering mountains and sprawling forests to a deep sea dotted with islands, there’s no limit to your creations.
Life from the Beginning – Discover the history of everything as you foster life of all shapes and sizes – from single-celled organisms to complex multicellular life, including plants, mammals, dinosaurs, and more!
Cultivate Your Imagination – Imagine, Experiment, Create! Shape your planet and decide how plant and animal life evolves. No two planets will ever be truly alike.