Discord Store has launched its own Early Access program
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Discord messenger has had a fully functional gaming store for some time, and now it has launched a pretty obvious addition in order to compete with various PC digital stores. We're talking about popular Early Access program - available now in Discord Store.
Store's library consists mostly of indie titles, and new early access games follow the same pattern. There's a lovely park building simulator, a new take on Rocket League formula, and even an open-world role-playing game. The full list of games reads as follows:
Mad Machines - a new take on Rocket League formula, which has battle robots instead of cars. It's a fast-paced arcade action dedicated to a brutal futuristic form of football. You'll have to battle your way through the opponents' team in order to score a goal.
Kynseed - a 2D open-world RPG and also a sandbox, brought to you by former Fable developers. Exploring the vast world is going to be just a piece of a cake. Kynseed promises lots of activities to keep you engaged, like farming, trading, raising a family and so on.
Visage - an atmospheric psychological horror, set in a haunted house full of painful memories and restless victims of horrible violence. You are mostly defenseless against these horrors, so you'll have to find nonviolent ways to battle insanity.
Parkasaurus - a charming park building simulator, that lets you build a prehistoric amusement park which is nothing like its famous Jurassic "big brother". In Parkasaurus you design and build a park from scratch, later going on a full management duty while dealing with surrounding chaos.
Descenders - a demanding extreme downhill sport game, where you can experience all of the joys of unforgiving bike riding. As developers note, Descenders is "easy to pick, but hard to master", so it depends on you whether you are going to become a Pro, or leave after a "rendezvous" with the closest tree.
All of the games listed above are starting to pave their way towards success (or failure) via Early Access program, so it's worth noting that first customers are almost certainly going to discover amazing bugs. Brace yourselves.