Road to Eden is a third-person multiplayer survival coop game, set within the post-apocalyptic ruins of a world destroyed by an alien invasion. 99% of the human population was wiped out in an instant and now humanity’s last hope is Project Eden, a base of operation where the remaining survivors are fighting back. You wake up at the side of the road with no memory and must team up with other survivors to make the long and dangerous journey to Eden.
Road to Eden is currently in early access, some of its features are still work in progress and could behave differently than expected.
Road to Eden is played on Host/Client basis, when you start a game you essentially start a server where your friends can login and assist you with your story, so everytime you start a game you will experience a different story!
The crafting in Road to Eden is based on learning recipes by finding books or broken objects from which you learn new recipes. All recipes require a number of items to be able to be crafted, once crafted, you can find the item in your inventory as well as gain experience which is part of the character skill system.
You can build using a wide variety of blocks, from large blocks to thin walls, fortifications, traps, furniture, windows, doors, fabricators, workstations and a lot more!
Building your base in Road to Eden is one of many ways to survive the weather and the dangers that lurk at night
The world of Road to Eden has a variety of randomly generated dungeons, bunkers, sewers, caves with no loading screen, fight your way through the dungeons to gain experience, loot, find rare items, and get skill points.
The world of Road to Eden is populated with multiple factions, the infected are ordinary people infected with the blue substance brought by the visitors, they are everywhere and their sole mission is to infect you and other survivors. The rebels are bandits willing to kill on sight, they create anarchy and chaos in the land, the paramilitary are mercs, well armed and well trained, they won't hesitate to kill you on sight if you interfere with their operation. And finally the visitors, we have heard stories about them, no one knows why they came and no one survived an encounter with them.
While exploring the world of Road to Eden you will discover a multitude of locations from small villages to deep caves and crash sites, each location may hide a piece of the story. With each login, all lootable house furniture will randomly generate, making your scavenging visits different every time!
The world of Road to Eden is littered with secret areas where you can find rare loot, some areas are open, others require special items or keys, you can find these items by solving puzzles or quests
As you become part of Eden's effort against the visitors, you will receive missions ranging from clearing out infected from an area to acquiring rare items.
As you progress in Road to Eden you will encounter special random world events ranging from visitors landings sites to major paramilitary operations, it's up to you to decide if you engage, and how you engage if you decide to do so!
|Minimum System Requirements||Recommended System Requirements|
|CPU||Intel Core i5||Intel Core i7-4770K or comparable|
|VRAM||2 GB||4 GB|
|RAM||8 GB RAM||16 GB RAM|
|OS||Windows 7 64-Bit, Windows 8.1 64-Bit||Windows 7 64-Bit, Windows 8.1 64-Bit|
|Graphics Card||DirectX 11 graphics card with at least 2GB Video RAM,1280x720 minimum resolution.||GTX 1050 or greater with at least 4GB VRAM, 1920x1080 resolution.|
|Direct X||Version 11||Version 11|
|SOUND CARD||DirectX Compatible||DirectX Compatible|
|HDD Space||15 GB available space||20 GB available space|
|Game Analysis||To play Road to Eden you will need a minimum CPU equivalent to an Intel Core i5-650. However, the developers recommend a CPU greater or equal to an Intel Core i7-4770K to play the game. Road to Eden system requirements state that you will need at least 8 GB of RAM. If possible, make sure your have 16 GB of RAM in order to run Road to Eden to its full potential. You will need at least 15 GB of free disk space to install Road to Eden. By contrast, the game developers recommend somewhere around 20 GB of free disk space on your system drive. Provided that you have at least an AMD Radeon R5 M230 graphics card you can play the game. But, according to the developers the recommended graphics card is an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050. Road to Eden will run on PC system with Windows 7 64-Bit, Windows 8.1 64-Bit and upwards.|