Want to just rip everything apart, destroying anything you can get your hands on? You’ll want to DYSMANTLE the world – especially now that it is on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
From the 10tons team (they previously behind titles like JYDGE, Time Recoil and Neon Chrome) comes DYSMANTLE – a post-apocalyptic open-world action RPG in which you are tasking with ruining everything. And we really do mean, EVERYTHING!
Priced up at £16.74, DYSMANTLE throws you into a brave new world, one that just so happens to be home to all manner of evil. With no friends alongside you, it’s up to you to survive the best you can, destroying stuff and fighting back foes in hope of gathering the precious resources you need.
You see, without those resources and supplies, you’ll be left in this world forever more, no doubt succumbing to the only fate imaginable. Succeed though and you’ll be a hop, skip and a jump from safety.
Having previously found a home over on PC through Steam, DYSMANTLE comes to console (Xbox One and Series X|S, specifically) with a ton of Very Positive PC reviews in tow. We reckon this could well translate to the console scene, as players look to explore, to fight, to level up, to gather, to craft, to harvest, to hunt, to build and to farm in style. The ultimate goal though is to survive – can you do so?
We’ll follow this with a review of DYSMANTLE on Xbox in the coming days, letting you know exactly how well it works on the Xbox scene. If you wish to find out for yourself though, the Xbox Store will happily provide the download you are looking for. It’s next-gen optimised too.
As you ascend from your shelter after the long long years, a brave new old world awaits you. A world inhabited with nasty and vile creatures. A world with no other human soul to be seen. A world with nature in reigns now. A world that’s about to get even worse. You need to find a way to escape the wretched island. But before that, enjoy the bittersweet apocalypse. You need to find a way to escape the wretched island. But before that, enjoy the bittersweet apocalypse.