Clockwork Pile Shows Off Shardpunk: Verminfall in New Gameplay Trailer

Shardpunk Verminfall

Tactical fans are sure to be delighted by the new Shardpunk: Verminfall gameplay shown during today’s Realms Deep event. Clockwork Pile’s new gameplay trailer for their squad-based survival strategy title, Shardpunk: Verminfall, shows and goes deep into the tactical decisions needed to survive the rat swarm.

In Shardpunk: Verminfall  the Rat Swarm has breached the walls of the Empire’s capital. It’s up to you to lead a band of survivors through city ruins, streets, and sewers to escape the vermin plague. Tough decisions lay ahead—will you use your precious supplies to rest and heal? Or will you take on lurking rat packs to gain experience and better weapons.

Shardpunk: Verminfall is set to release in 2022 in English, French,, German, Spanish, Polish, and Russian on Steam and GOG.

About Clockwork Pile
Founded by Sławomir Bryk, main designer and creator of Shardpunk: Verminfall, Clockwork Pile is a solo project supported by freelance and community efforts. Development on the game started in mid-2018, when Sławomir decided to finally embark on his journey to create an indie game. Shardpunk: Verminfall is his first major project, and the game is planned to be released in 2022.
Shardpunk Verminfall

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