Hello World is an exploration RPG from UltraPlayers announced for Mobile and PC

A new exploration strategy RPG has been announced by UltraPlayers titled Hello World, which will be available for Android, iOS, and PC upon release. The Australia-based developer and publisher have previously crafted some successful titles, such as Gumballs & Dungeons, Super Snail, and Arus Virus.

Hello World takes you to an exploration filled with ancient creatures

The plot follows 2023 when the Intergalactic Species Championship arrives on Earth. Cosmic Cube resurrects ancient creatures for fair competition. Your role, as the second-in-command of the World Saving Organization’s Eastern Division, Squad Number 3, is to protect Earth. Face off against resurrected prehistoric beings and a variety of aliens vying for victory in the championship.

Hello World gameplay
Image via UltraPlayer

Set in portrait mode, the game shares a creative art style similar to the developer’s previous titles. Players will embark on map explorations filled with surprises and hidden Easter eggs in the brand-new mutated world. Thanks to randomly generated maps, each experience is refreshingly unique with every playthrough.

The developers have confirmed that the first game build will be showcased at both PAX Melbourne 2023 and SXSW Sydney 2023, both happening this October, which will help in offering the public their inaugural hands-on experience with the game.

Hello World gameplay
Image via UltraPlayer

The announcement of Hello World has recently been made, and as of now, the release date remains undisclosed. Nonetheless, the team has its sights set on a closed test in the year 2024, which could potentially align with the timeline for the official global launch. We shall wait and see how this will unfold.

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