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Multiplayer Misrule: Chaos Reborn Gets A Demo

A taste of turn-based antics

Newborns are gross and... I had planned to start this post about Chaos Reborn [official site] now having a demo with some kind of gag about how reborns are surely even grosser, so it's probably better to be visiting the game a month after launch. Then I remembered that reborn dolls are A Thing and just so uncanny and now I'm too distracted looking at those eerie little effigies while admiring the artistry and... I wish Pip were around this morning to talk me down out of this. Chaos Reborn has a demo now, okay, and a new update recently hit too.

The demo is focused on multiplayer, as Chaoslord Julian Gollop explains: "It gives players free access to the multiplayer modes and tutorials, but not realms, offline battles or social rank progression. The inventory limit is also restricted to 7 items."

Hop on over to Steam and hit that "Download Demo" button for turn-based antics.

Having been funded on Kickstarter, Chaos Reborn hit Steam Early Access last December then finally launched properly a couple of weeks ago, at the end of October. Leaving Early Access doesn't mean it's all done and dusted, and update 1.2 launched alongside the demo. It increases the number of maximum asynchronous games from 24 to 40, letting you have more on the go, and brings a fair selection of other fixes, additions, and tweaks. That's also all detailed over here.

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Alice O'Connor

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Alice has been playing video games since SkiFree and writing about them since 2009, with nine years at RPS. She enjoys immersive sims, roguelikelikes, chunky revolvers, weird little spooky indies, mods, walking simulators, and finding joy in details. Alice lives, swims, and cycles in Scotland.

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