YAGER’s The Cycle Arrives on Steam in Q4 2020
YAGER’s competitive quest shooter will fully launch on the Epic Games Store and Steam with major gameplay updates and crossplay
BERLIN – Aug. 28, 2020 – At gamescom this week, YAGER announced its competitive quest shooter The Cycle will officially launch out of early access in Q4 2020 on the Epic Games Store and, for the first time, Steam. The game will feature crossplay between both platforms and is now available to wishlist on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/868270/The_Cycle.
The Cycle’s official launch will also usher in extensive new changes to make the experience even more dramatic and challenging. In addition to a new map, weapons and modes, YAGER is developing new and reimagined features to emphasize the game’s survival elements, let players set their own goals, and bring real consequences to players’ actions.
The Cycle continues to gain popularity internationally. The game added Chinese language support earlier this month and has already exceeded YAGER’s expectations in that region, doubling the game’s active daily user count in just a week.
What Is The Cycle?
The Cycle is a free-to-play, action-packed, competitive quest shooter combining PvP and PvE gameplay. Complete jobs, defeat hostile humans and aliens, gear up with new weapons and powers, and make it off the planet alive before the timer runs out. The Cycle delivers a competitive multiplayer experience where everyone can survive, but how you play makes all the difference: form squads with friends, make uneasy alliances with strangers, or go it alone — the choice is yours!
See how it all goes down in our “This Is The Cycle” gameplay trailer!
YAGER is an independent developer of computer and video games, based in Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1999 by five dedicated developers and artists, its focus is the creation of vibrant and compelling high-quality game experiences. Today, 21 years after its founding, a strong international team of game-enthusiast developers is working to bring YAGER’s vision of games to life as an independent self-publishing studio. www.yager.de