After many years Clone Drone in the Danger Zone 1.0 is coming

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Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is one of those Early Access games you add to your Steam wishlist and then forget about, checking back on it every year or so to see if it’s finally out.

Now, in 2021, the time has come and Clone Drone in the Danger Zone will release in full come 27th July 2021.

Launched into Steam’s Early Access on 16th March 2017 it’s certainly been a long time coming and those who have been playing the unfinished game have really enjoyed it, at least according to user reviews.

Despite being a small game made by a core team of five people, Clone Drone in the Danger Zone has 10 371 reviews with 97 percent of them being positive, leaving the game with the highest possible rating on Steam – Overwhelmingly Positive.

If you’ve never seen or heard of this title you can see a bit of it in the announcement trailer below.

“Clone Drone in the Danger Zone is a robot voxel slice-em-up where any part of your body can be sliced off. With your mind downloaded into a robot gladiator, you must survive the sinister trials of the arena,” reads the game description.

While the voxel art here may not be to everyone’s taste you can’t argue with all those positive reviews. Everyone we’ve personally spoken to raves about how much fun the robot melee action is so we’re happy to finally give this on a go next month.

For those who have been playing before release the 1.0 version will also now have a complete story where you can “Fly a spaceship. Fight the Emperor. Save Humanity.”

That trailer also reminds that the game will be coming to other platforms when it launches. Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players will all be able to pick the game up.

As it’s still in Early Access right now you can buy Clone Drone in the Danger Zone for the extremely low price of R130 right now. A combination of favourable local pricing and a lower Early Access price point make it very affordable to pick up right now, but we’re sure many people will want to see reviews of the 1.0 release before breaking out the credit card.

Clinton Matos

Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of