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Don’t Starve Together escapes Steam Early Access on April 21

Don't Starve Together Early Access review

Don’t Starve Together, the co-op survival follow-on of Klei Entertainment’s 2013 hit, will make its emaciated exit from Early Access on April 21. 

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While in Early Access, Don’t Starve Together has already received two major expansions – Reign of Giants and Caves – and is now ready to go gold, because that’s how game development rolls these days.

The latest expansion to the original game, Shipwrecked, has not been confirmed to be coming to the co-op version yet, and Klei has said they ‘don’t have any concrete plans’, however the developer has resumed working on the free content pack Through the Ages ahead of Together’s launch.

“The focus of TTA is the evolution of your world over a longer period of time, and more variation between worlds,” a Klei developer wrote on thestudio forum. “I’d say this is going to take about six months to develop, but uh, I’ve been off before.”

Further support will continue after the Early Access exit as Klei aims to improve modding tools in order to improve PvP implementation and sort out the deep and rich lore behind Don’t Starve.