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Hades The Nighty Night v26833-Early Access

Hades The Nighty Night v26833-Early Access
Mar
15


Hades is a god-like rogue-like dungeon crawler that combines the best aspects of Supergiant’s critically acclaimed titles, including the fast-paced action of Bastion, the rich atmosphere and depth of Transistor, and the character-driven storytelling of Pyre.

BATTLE OUT OF HELL

As the immortal Prince of the Underworld, you’ll wield the powers and mythic weapons of Olympus to break free from the clutches of the god of the dead himself, while growing stronger and unraveling more of the story with each unique escape attempt.

UNLEASH THE FURY OF OLYMPUS

The Olympians have your back! Meet Zeus, Athena, Poseidon, and many more, and choose from their dozens of powerful Boons that enhance your abilities. There are thousands of viable character builds to discover as you go.

BEFRIEND GODS, GHOSTS, AND MONSTERS

A fully-voiced cast of colorful, larger-than-life characters is waiting to meet you! Grow your relationships with them, and experience hundreds of unique story events as you learn about what’s really at stake for this big, dysfunctional family.

BUILT FOR REPLAYABILITY

New surprises await each time you delve into the ever-shifting Underworld, whose guardian bosses will remember you. Use the powerful Mirror of Night to grow permanently stronger, and give yourself a leg up the next time you run away from home.

NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE

Permanent upgrades mean you don’t have to be a god yourself to experience the exciting combat and gripping story. Though, if you happen to be one, crank up the challenge and get ready for some white-knuckle action that will put your well-practiced skills to the test.

SIGNATURE SUPERGIANT STYLE

The rich, atmospheric presentation and unique melding of gameplay and narrative that’s been core to Supergiant’s games is here in full force: spectacular hand-painted Underworld environments and a blood-pumping original score bring the Underworld to life.

JOIN THE COMMUNITY

Hades is designed for Early Access from the ground up. Join the conversation here or Supergiant’s official Discord server, and let our team know what you think of the game. We read 100% of player feedback, and each Major Update is heavily informed by it.


Hades The Nighty Night v26833-Early Access
Game Version: v26833 (Patch 041 – March 12, 2020)

SIZE: 9.43 GB

5 GB LINKS

1fichier.com

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drive.google.com

https://filecrypt.cc/Container/8736978AF4.html


clicknupload.co

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filerio.in

https://filecrypt.cc/Container/04046B9CDF.html


racaty.com

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rapidgator.net

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uploaded.net

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uptobox.com

https://filecrypt.cc/Container/CAA32A787B.html


userscloud.com

https://filecrypt.cc/Container/83CF6D312A.html


letsupload.co

https://filecrypt.cc/Container/73647F3E66.html


megaup.net

https://filecrypt.cc/Container/9D2561D4CA.html


All links are interchangeable. If you cant see the links press CTRL+F5

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1
  • Processor: Dual Core 3.0ghz
  • Graphics: 1GB VRAM / OpenGL 2.1+ support
  • Storage: 10 GB available space

Recommended:

  • Processor: Dual Core 3.4ghz
  • Graphics: 2GB VRAM / OpenGL 2.1+ support
  • Storage: 16 GB available space

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    Dreus Reply
    Mar 16, 2020 @ 16:28

    A torrent would be greatly appreciated, these hosts are too slow for a large file. Thanks 🙂

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      Mar 16, 2020 @ 17:17

      No, it’s not slow. Please try clicknupload-racaty-letsupload-megaup links.

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        Dreus Reply
        Mar 17, 2020 @ 15:09

        10/12 hours for 5 gigs is slow, and some hosts don’t even work. they cycle with ads. What a pity. Thanks anyway.

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    Mar 18, 2020 @ 05:37

    The Admin and the Guest: Dreus are both correct to a degree. Some file hosts limit and even cap the available bandwidth that they allow from their own servers, which for free users slows down speeds to a snails pace when downloading files of a size of up to 5 GBs. Some File Hosts will uncap their bandwidth limits to match with your bandwidth speeds or better in terms of unlimited downloads and available bandwidth allowance from the host server to the guest client (your PC), other File Hosts, a few small ones at best, like Mega.nz, Google Drive, Clicknupload, Racaty, and MegaUp offer Fair to better transfer speeds depending on which you choose to download from.

    The other thing to keep in mind here is that while Torrents can be ideal for some individuals who like to use them, the problem that exists is that not all ISPs allow their services to be used for such a heavy load and strain that it puts on downloading an immensely huge packet of data common with using torrents, as it tends to bog your ISPs resources and available bandwidth allowance when you use a torrent client to both download and upload those data packets that make up a large portion of a complete file. Plus, there are some ISPs who will actually track this action or warn against the use of such Torrents and Torrent clients, and if your ISP does this sort of monitoring, then they can cut you from your Internet Services, or serve you some sort of penalty for it.

    Also, when you use Torrents, you have to factor in the number of available peers there are to serve you the files that you are getting delivered to you in those sizable data packets that you are receiving, while you in turn, through your own data sharing Torrent Client are uploading to those peers what you download. That’s what Peer-to-Peer (P2P) clients like Torrents do, and depending on the number of available peers it can either be very fast, only taking a few hours, or very freaking slow if there are only one or two peers on the Torrent Network where you are downloading from. Do you really want to be spending days at a time to get a massive file that could be anywhere from 30 to 40 GB in size, or would you rather download from a direct link and get what you want in conveniently split archived files and parts of about 5 GB or less?

    It’s really up to you on how you like to roll with it.

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      Mar 18, 2020 @ 19:04

      File hosts usually cap their services to force users to buy premium, but pay for a service I would use once (in a while) would be pointless. I downloaded this game once and one of the two parts is damaged. The only reliable free direct service is GDrive and of course it’s abused by everyone, so there’s a block on it almost immediately. I asked for a torrent because they usally put the option for it, so I don’t understand why not this time. But it’s ok, I’ll deal with it.

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    bachelkor Reply
    Apr 03, 2020 @ 08:57

    is version 27191 alrdy available?

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