Obsidian Entertainment's survival game Grounded has received a new trailer on the Microsoft and Bethesda Store, confirming that it will finally leave Early Access and enter its full release in September 2022.
The game, which originally launched in Early Access in 2020, has had a long road to full release, but it looks like the community's patience is about to pay off.
A new trailer for Grounded outlines more details on what to expect in the full release. Now the "full backyard" is here with features like basic defense, wild biomes, crafting, huge bosses, and upgraded armor that are screaming.
On top of that, it was mentioned that the "full story" will also come with launch. It is also stated in the trailer that there are 10 million players, so the population would need to be healthy to play Xbox Game Pass.
Grounded has you play as teenagers cowering in their backyard, battling all kinds of bugs and huge creatures, as you fight for your survival. Think Honey I Shrunk the Kids and Ark: Survival Evolved and you're in the right ballpark.
No specific date was announced as past "September," but that's not too much for players to hope for. It looks like it's going to bring a lot of content that isn't in the game yet, so mark your calendars... if not a bit in general.