Deep Rock Galactic is a first-person mining adventure and shooter that has become quite popular over the past year or so. Burrowing into a cave network among a team of dwarven warriors isn't your typical setup for a mining operation, especially when armed with flamethrowers and an abundance of gadgets. However, the gameplay loop is quite addictive so it keeps players coming back for more.
Deep Rock Galactic launched in Xbox Game Preview a while back, but now it's a 1.0 release. There are a couple of upgrade packs available as well if you want to enhance your experience when it comes to cosmetics, mostly. However, there's a lot more content on the horizon.
Today, the team shared what's coming in June and beyond. You can take a look at the partial roadmap below. Details on future updates weren't provided, but the game will continue to evolve as the months go by.
Gamers will probably find the new mission types incredibly exciting. Hopefully, the team will provide more details about everything that's coming soon.
What are you looking forward to the most? Let us know.
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Deep Rock Galactic is a 1 to 4-player co-op shooter featuring space dwarves, completely destructible environments, procedurally-generated caves, and endless hordes of alien monsters.
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