Assemble’s Endzone: A World Apart Partners with One Tree Planted to Help Plant Trees

Assemble’s Endzone: A World Apart Partners with One Tree Planted to Help Plant Trees

In Assemble’s Endzone: A World Apart, players build magnificent empires from the rubble of our collapsed civilization. A world ravaged by nuclear fallout forces players to overcome the challenges of environmental change, disease, and war (and, no, weirdly enough this isn’t based on 2020).

While players are dealt a toxic deal of the future, Assemble wants their game to be merely hypothetical. This gaming company wants to give back to their player’s a real future by helping One Tree Planted reseed the forests.

On July 7th, 2020, publisher Assemble announced that their post-apocalyptic city sim has sold over 100,000 a partnership with One Tree Planted, a non-profit, eco-conscious organization. For every “Save the World” edition of the game, One Tree Planted plants one tree. Based on Early Access release sales and a successful wish campaign, close to 7,000 trees were planted.

“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.” 

More information on OneTreePlanted can be found here
https://onetreeplanted.org/

Logo from One Tree Planted
One Tree Planted are truly doing an amazing thing

In a time when many companies are satisfied with giving symbolic gestures, Assemble is contributing to real change. Demonstrating how making profits can also enrich the consumers’ real life, Assemble looks forward to making games in the future by protecting it.

Not merely resting on good-will motives, Assemble creates a fan loved sim that will have you ruling a world that hopefully won’t come about. Guiltless pleasures abound while you subdue enemies, enforce your will, and reshape history knowing you helped stave off your own real-life Endzone.

Interested in Endzone-A World Apart?

Endzone is a post-apocalyptic survival city builder, where you start a new civilization with a group of people after a global nuclear disaster. Build them a new home and ensure their survival in a shattered world, threatened by constant radiation, toxic rain, sandstorms and droughts.

Endzone – A World Apart will continue to roll out major monthly content updates up until the game’s full launch. Players can look forward to new buildings, upgrades, system updates, content additions, gameplay improvements, and much more leading up to launch.

Developed by Gentlymad Studios and published by Assemble Entertainment, Endzone – A World Apart is currently available in Early Access on Steam and in Development Phase on GOG. The wishlist campaign with One Tree Planted is still well underway — players that purchase the Save the World Edition will ensure another tree is planted as part of Assemble Entertainment’s ongoing mission to help restore the environment.

A Message from Assemble

“The Save the World Edition contains Endzone – A World Apart and the official soundtrack, and is the best option for all those who want to support and appreciate the developer’s work on Endzone – A World Apart even more.

On top of it, you can help us save the planet: Assemble Entertainment has partnered with the non-profit organisation OneTreePlanted to launch a charitable campaign aimed at fighting a very real-life end-of-the-world scenario: climate change. Together, we will plant a tree for every Save the World Edition sold! Join us and contribute your share to save the world!”

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