Devolverland Expo is the free E3 FPS we didn't know we wanted

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Devolverland Expo is the free E3 FPS we didn't know we wanted

Devolverland Expo is the free E3 FPS we didn't know we wanted

Devolver Digital has a big surprise for gamers at the end of their Devolver Direct Digital showcase, revealing Devolverland Expo, a free game which showcases the E3 event that never was. 

Devolverland Digital is the world's first first-person "marketing simulator", allowing PC gamers to have a look at Devolver Digital's recently announced games. Titles like Carrion, Shadow Warrior 3, Disc Room and Fall Guys are present within the game, complete with a power glove, some guns and much more. 

Right now, PC gamers can download Devolverland Expo on Steam. The 'game' requires 7GB of system storage and can run on GPUs a low-end ad AMD's HD 7870 or Nvidia's GTX 760. Based on the game's system requirements on Steam, Devolverland Expo can run using both DirectX 11 and DirectX 12. 

Devolverland Expo is set within an abandoned E3 convention center, where players must "Break into the convention center and avoid the advanced security systems to watch and retrieve all the trailers, gameplay demo videos, and other secrets lost in the expo's cancellation."

You can join the discussion on Devolver Digital's free Devolverland Expo "Marketing Simulator" on the OC3D Forums

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