Sker Ritual demo extended

Wales Interactive
The Sker Ritual demo will be available for ten additional days, and the demo's time limit has been removed.

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From Wales Interactive:
Sker Ritual

Wales Interactive have announced that due to popular demand in the Steam Next Fest, they will be extending the Sker Ritual demo period an extra 10 days, until Thursday June 30th. Additionally, the time limit has been removed from the demo and instead swapped for a 25 round limit per repeatable game. This is due to the overwhelming success in the Steam Next Fest in which the Sker Ritual developer Broadcast was at that time, the highest watched demo Broadcast on Steam with nearly 8k concurrent viewers.

The Welsh developers have also revealed a sneek peek at some upcoming content players can expect to see. Although no specific date has been confirmed, an Open Beta is being planned with even more content, arriving before the launch on Steam Early Access later this year.

In a Sker Ritual Preview, Richard Seagrave from GameSpew said "While Sker Ritual is co-op focused, supporting up to four online players, we found it fairly fun and manageable playing alone, too. It’s challenging but it doesn’t overwhelm you. And to say the game is currently in Alpha state, it also looks and runs pretty well. With all that in mind, we’ve been left pretty impressed with it. It has lots of potential, and so now we can’t wait to get our hands on the full thing this summer and get a crack team together. Denizens of Sker: you’ve been warned."

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