Action RTS mix Savage: Resurrection is now free-to-play

Savage: Resurrection, the remake of the awesome 2003 indie game Savage: The Battle for Newerth has just switched to free-to-play. This mix of action FPS and real-time strategy launched in August 2016 and was moderately received by players, but a month or two later the drop on the playerbase was very accentuated, which usually means the death of any multiplayer-only game such as this one. Its recent peak was little over a couple of dozen players, so the future was bleak.

Developer S2 Games was to blame, in all honesty, as the lack of support – the last update dates from September – apparently turned the game into a deserted wasteland, undermining its interesting melee and shooter combat and strategy elements. We recommend you give it a try as it’s far from a bad game and hopefully the playerbase will now grow back to decent numbers.


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  • Andrew Murczek

    Again GAMES ARE TOo EXPENSIVE this days.. and times when there was 1-3 game that u would buy PER YEAR .. now there are like mushrooms after rain .. there are tooooo many games and thats why if they tag it with such prizes they are gonna fail … Evolved Battleborn . etc etc … people do not have 50 100 200 euros to spend on multiple titles .. ” oh lets check this game maybe it will be good ” without DEMOS from who know what developer .. they will save up for titles like BF1 … that are sure .. Lets say if this game would cost like 5 euros more people would buy it .. and developer wouldnt get poorer .. so WAKE UP publishers and developers ..

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