Below is Finally Coming Out Next Week and It's Confirmed for Game Pass

Below is Finally Coming Out Next Week and It's Confirmed for Game Pass

It's been six years.

Below, Capy Games' long-awaited dungeon crawler, is finally coming out next week on December 14 for Xbox One and Steam. Below has been in-development for six years.

Update: In a post on Below has been confirmed as part of Game Pass on its December 14 release. Below joins Ashen, Mutant Year Zero and Kingdom Two Crowns as Game Pass titles that are also part of Microsoft's Winter of Arcade promotion. According to "fans will get a $5 gift card for each game they purchase through the Microsoft Store Online or Xbox, after the first one, up to a total of $40 if they buy all nine games!"

Below is a stylish and challenging dungeon crawler where your adventurer travels into The Isle's procedural undergrounds and explore vast, connected underworld. There will be monsters, traps, and treasure.

Six years is a long time for any game to come out and Capy Games certainly built a lot of hype over the years as Below was a mainstay at game conventions all over the world. It's good to know that soon we'll be able to uncover the full mysteries of The Isle when we can set off on our own adventures underground next week.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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