Epsilon Dev Serellan and Operation Supply Drop Join Forces
A disabled-veteran-owned business, developer Serellan has donated 1,000 copies of their stealth-action tactical shooter EPSILON to Operation Supply Drop, with an additional copy of the game donated for each copy sold on Steam. EPSILON will be donated to deployed active duty servicemembers and disabled veterans in need of entertainment and cathartic activities abroad.
EPSILON is available now for purchase on Steam as an Early Access title for £5.59, and will receive significant content updates – from new game modes (including multiplayer co-op), story chapters and maps – before its full-price release early next year.
Serellan, whose CEO Christian Allen is a ten year veteran of the US Armed Forces (U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Air National Guard and U.S. Army National Guard), will donate a copy of EPSILON to Operation Supply Drop for every copy sold. An immediate one-thousand copy donation has already been made for distribution to deployed active duty service members and veterans in need of entertainment and cathartic activities.
“I fondly remember playing games to relax with my fellow jarheads when I was in the service. Games like Masters of Orion, Command and Conquer, and Doom 2 helped us pass the time on slow days,” said Christian Allen, CEO of Serellan, LLC. “Now that I run a game studio, I wanted to find a way to give back to the services that helped boost my career, and Operation Supply Drop is the perfect partner for us. They have been incredibly supportive to the veteran community and those on active duty, and it’s an honor to contribute to their charitable operations.”
“Partnering with Christian and Serellan is very exciting,” said Glenn “Commander” Banton, CEO of Operation Supply Drop. “As a veteran himself, Christian brings an authenticity to military-themed games and joins many others in our mission to support veteran-owned organizations. As Serellan continues to grow, we know it will serve as an inspiration to both active duty and veterans at home, and we expect many to follow in Christian’s boot-steps.”
Serellan launched their squad-based tactical shooter EPSILON into Steam’s Early Access program on October 1, 2015, where it currently holds a “Positive” community rating on the Steam store.
We took a look at the game recently too, and also had a positive view of the game.