Here’s To Another Five Years of Multiplayer Friendship-Ruining Fun
Five years ago, Move or Die launched on Steam, and developers Those Awesome Guys show no signs of slowing down the mischievous mayhem with the ‘5 Year Adventure Update’ available now on Steam. The free DLC includes three new globetrotting characters, and extra new goodies in the Steam Point Shop. For brand-new players who missed out on all the unlockable goodies from 2020, fear not! The entire cast of characters introduced last year are now unlockable in Move or Die’s “Not-A-Store.”
To commemorate the grand milestone, Move or Die is now available for the limited promotional price of $3.74 on Steam (75% off S.R.P) – grab a copy for your best friend and then… don’t be friends ever again!
Ah, but why stop the friendship-wrecking fun after five years? Those Awesome Guys have also unveiled the 2021 content roadmap for Move Or Die that include quality of life improvements, new localization features, upcoming crossover content, and fan-favorite holiday updates. So long as there are friendships to ruin, Move or Die will continue delivering updates until the end of time!*
Move or Die is not just the title of the game, but a fundamental gameplay rule: gamers who fail to move will see their health bar diminish rapidly. Players will battle each other in an ever-growing list of mini-game modes that change every 20-30 seconds. Each challenge has its own outrageous level design and rule set to promote hours of laughter and good old friendship-destroying fun. Win battles and unlock insane new character skins, Mutator game modifiers that dramatically change how mini-games are played, and even crazier game modes. When gamers are done beating friends on the couch, jump online and challenge other players to see who will rage-quit first.
To learn more about Move or Die, please visit www.moveordiegame.com, ‘Like’ it on Facebook, and follow its development on Twitter @moveordiegame for all the latest developer updates and news.
*Time is a theoretical construct created by man for their own purposes and therefore, “the end of time” is open to subjective interpretation.
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