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Sold Out to showcase Beyond Flesh and Blood, Carmageddon: Max Damage, Prison Architect, and Unbox at EGX Rezzed

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Publisher Sold Out will be showcasing four of its upcoming titles at this year’s EGX Rezzed with Unbox, Prison Architect, Carmageddon: Max Damage and Beyond Flesh and Blood all playable at Tobacco Dock, London from April 7-9.

Unbox and Prison Architect are situated on the Ground Floor (Location: NDreams, Rising Star, Sold Out), whereas at the Over 18s area in the Basement, both Carmageddon: Max Damage, and Beyond Flesh and Blood can be found (Location: Fatshark, Running With Scissors, Sold Out).

Unbox, developed by Prospect Games, is a vibrant physics-based platformer set in the near future, featuring the ultimate postal service: self-delivering cardboard boxes. In-game players can find vibrant locations that they can roll, and jump around in – from snow-peaked mountains to luscious, volcanic islands. Unbox will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and at a later date to Steam.

The multi-million selling PC hit Prison Architect is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, courtesy of Sold Out. Recreated by Double Eleven for the console versions, players build and manage their own maximum security prison built to hold the most hardened of criminals. Cope with blazing infernos, prison-wide riots, demolition and construction, and eventually build the prison of your dreams.

Carmageddon: Max Damage brings back the vehicular carnage to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in a new rendition of the cult racing series. Developed by Stainless Games, the power-up fuelled destruction and pedestrian pummelling racer consists of a huge mix of campaign races, where players can go head-to-head in Car Crusher mode or speed towards the chequered flag in classic Death Race mode.

Developed by burgeoning Manchester development powerhouse Pixelbomb Games, its upcoming Mech-shooter, Beyond Flesh and Blood, thrusts its beloved Manchester into the year 2281.The game uses real-world city architecture for the dystopian world where humans have long since left Earth to live in orbit to watch the planet through mechs and drones. The Mech-shooter is to be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, as well as built for VR.
For more information on Sold Out and their upcoming titles, visit the official

website at soldout.uk.com

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