Assemble Entertainment has announced its post-apocalyptic city-builder Endzone – A World Apart has sold over 100,000 copies worldwide since it entered Early Access on 2nd April, 2020, with the Save the World Edition accounting for over 22,000 of the total. Working with the eco-conscious organization One Tree Planted as an official partner, the non-profit plants a tree on behalf of Assemble Entertainment for every Save the World Edition sold. That’s a lot of trees!
The good deed is a little tongue-in-cheek (a common theme at Assemble) since Endzone – A World Apart revolves around the destruction of the environment and civilization as we know it, but the company is committed to making a difference in the real world — one that may help to head off our very own doomsday.
“Since partnering with One Tree Planted, we haven’t looked back,” said Assemble Entertainment CEO Stefan Marcinek. “While Endzone is great fun for anyone that enjoys the city-building and management grind, it can also be considered a grim reminder of where our own environment could be headed if we don’t take action. We hope to find more ways to give back within the themes of the various games in our expanding roster.”
A total of 6,974 trees were planted for the Early Access release based on 2,974 pre-orders of the Save the World Edition, and a further 4,000 trees were planted in recognition of the successful wishlist campaign, which saw more than 125,000 steam wishlist entries collected prior to the Early Access launch.
More information on OneTreePlanted can be found here https://onetreeplanted.org/
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