Conglomerate 451 Gets New Features; Full Release This Year

1C Entertainment and RuneHeads’ grid-based, first-person dungeon crawler Conglomerate 451 has received a host of new features and updates during its Early Access phase that began earlier this year. To date, the list of additions includes, among others:

  • New enemies and characters
  • New locations
  • Boss fights
  • Additional buffs and debuffs
  • Ability to hack enemies and other special skills
  • Status effects like intoxication and other disorders
  • Several mini games
  • Difficulty levels
  • Mutations
  • New HUD
  • New perk and loot systems

Conglomerate 451 gives players access to a squad of clones, and tasks them with restoring order to the corrupted sector 451 in its dystopian metropolis. Characters who fall in battle, though replaced by new clones, lose all progress they previously made, and can suffer from injuries that evolve into permanent disorders over time. The game’s full retail edition is planned to launch sometime later this year for PC. Currently, the game is available via Steam for its Early Access price of $15.99/€15.99, though that price will go up to $19.99/€19.99 this Friday, September 27, 2019, in preparation for the full launch.


Pascal Tekaia

Pascal joined up with RPGamer in 2015 as a reviewer and news reporter. He's one of THOSE who appreciate a good turn-based JRPG grind almost as much as an amazing story.

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