In a remote island paradise, 16 contestants have 20 minutes to explore, scavenge items, craft weapons, build traps, hunt and kill each other. There has never been a battle royale game this focused, brutal, and adrenaline-filled! Only one will be crowned the winner, do you have the guts to survive?
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Release Date: Mar 4, 2016

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Why Early Access?

“Until now, battle royale has been limited to add-on modes found in various open-world survival games. We are building The Culling from the ground up as the first stand-alone entry in the battle royale genre. Our goal is to not only for The Culling to be the genre leader, but also to become a go-to title for competitive players.

While those are lofty goals for a small indie studio like ours, our team is staffed with industry veterans and we know we’re up to the task. The initial heavy-lifting is already done. We are confident that we have a solid core game (we know because our whole team plays the latest build together for at least an hour every day).

Now we need to grow a community that will help us focus and prioritize our efforts as we move forward. There’s still a lot of room for new features, balance, polish, optimization, and variety. We’d like you to help us get there.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“We expect The Culling to remain in Early Access for approximately one year, with a full release coming sometime in 2017.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“While the Early Access launch version feels like a complete game (albeit in need of some debugging, polish, and optimization) there’s a lot we intend to add. Our roadmap will be largely defined by feedback we receive from the community, but here are our thoughts as we enter Early Access:
  • Female character model
  • Additional character model heads/faces
  • New weapons, traps, and items
  • New maps
  • New game modes
  • New clothing customization items
  • New avenues for customization, i.e. custom weapon skins for personal airdrops
  • Localized languages
  • Controller support
  • Robust in-game team communication system
  • Additional map hazards
  • Additional game show events
  • Improved bot AI for offline practice
  • Support for custom servers
  • A robust metagame experience

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“All of the features listed in the “About This Game” section are in an Alpha state or better, meaning they have been iterated to be fun, functional, balanced, and stable. With that said, we are constantly iterating further and trying out new features, which means new bugs will find their way into the build.

We also have ongoing work to do with performance optimization, network optimization, and hardware compatibility.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“It is possible that as we add content and features to the game we will consider raising the price. This is not something we can determine until we’ve had the opportunity to monitor our progress during Early Access.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We intend to share our Trello roadmap with the community, with the ability to vote on which features you want to see us focus on next. We also intend to interact directly with the community via forums and publish detailed notes each time we release an update.

Updates to the game will be frequent and significant throughout the Early Access phase and we’re looking forward to having you along for the ride!”
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November 22


Greetings Contestants!

There’s a cold wind blowing on the island, and the inhabitants are ready to get their kill-streaks on. There’s so much to be thankful for: Big bones, big lungs, ol’ painless, leg days, even deep digs.

What’s that? You didn’t hear that some old favorites are making a comeback with a twist? Well quit gobbling that buttery corn cob and read on!

[b[The new patch will be released on Tuesday, November 22nd. Servers will be down starting at 10AM Eastern for up to 4 hours.[/b]

This time out we’re focusing on a couple of key aspects of the game: Aggressive vs. Passive play and melee combat mechanics.

Aggressive play (which is inherently risky) is not adequately incentivized and leaves the victor vulnerable to vulturing, while passive play (which is dull to spectate and can lead to crowded end-of-match scenarios) presents no major risks or downsides. While we do not intend to eliminate passive play, we do want it to be a risky choice, so we’ve implemented the following changes:

  • Kill Perks. As you achieve kills in a match, you unlock a series of perks that improve your combat effectiveness for the rest of the match. While we expect combat skill will remain the primary determining factor in most fights, these Kill Perks will give the edge to an aggressive player.

  • Economy Changes. FUNC rewards for kills have been increased and FUNC gained from recycling has been decreased. Late-Match Airdrop costs have increased. This means expensive equipment will be more difficult to obtain for passive players.

  • Vulture Reduction. Default health-on-kill has been increased and the radius of combat audio has been decreased. This makes vulturing more difficult and mitigates one of the major risk factors in taking on a fight.

    It is worth noting that the Kill Perks system is an experimental prototype and is likely to see changes in the future. If this system proves popular, it offers an avenue for more of the game’s classic perks to return in a controlled fashion.

    On the Melee Combat front, while the last iteration of timing changes (read: slower shove) was successful in its goal of making shoving somewhat risky, it came at the expense of a sluggish feel and jab-back. We want the game’s controls to feel sharp and responsive, and we generally want combat decisions to straddle a fine line between predictive (I expect my opponent to attack, so I’m going to block) and reactive (I can see my opponent is shoving, so I’m going to attack).

    In order to make combat actions feel quick and responsive, we’ve reduced the time required to shove significantly and made some tweaks to blocking and attacking. All three of these actions are now identical in terms of timing. We have offset the speed of shoving by giving it a period of vulnerability. If a shoving player takes damage, he will experience a “mini-stagger,” which leaves him vulnerable to an additional jab.

    With these changes, we are one big step closer to putting the finishing touches on the game’s foundation in preparation for the major update. We hope to have news for you on that front soon!


    The biggest tournament ever for The Culling happened this weekend with over 125 of the best Culling all-stars battling it out for over $5,500 in prizes. Backstabs, grenades and BM galore gave us two new champions to add to the Cullmination banners!

    First off, congratulations to the TWO-TIME champion kvason95 with the patient decisive win over former two time champion PumpgunLouis and front-runner FaKe. kvason95 breathless and exhausted vowed to use the prize money to help out his mother and he’s not sure what to do with the rest quite yet. Watch the finals moments here.

    Secondly, a HUUUUUUUUUUGEEE congratulations to TheOneXplicitz for his aggressive, bloodthirsty, and frankly terrifying win in the NA Finals. Xplicitz conquered some high level foes (with some added BM) and took out Bombie^ to be your NA Champion. The finish in the blood bowl Cullmunation can be watched here.

    For all your Cullmunation discussion, highlights and results you can subscribe the survive the culling subreddit and read these threads.

    And remember to join the Discord to hang out with the champions, Culling developers and other contestants!

    We’ll see you on the island!


      NEW: Kill Perks are now awarded to players when they achieve kills in a match:
    • 1st Kill: +10 health pool
    • 2nd Kill: +10 stamina pool
    • 3rd Kill: +10% damage
    • 4th Kill: +5% sprint speed
    • 5th Kill: Dig Deep (restores 15 health when taking fatal damage)

      Balance and Gameplay

      Melee Combat Mechanics
    • If a player takes damage while shoving, he is subject to a “mini-stagger” which is shorter in duration than a full stagger, but still grants the opponent an opportunity to attack
    • Reduced Shove animation duration
    • Tweaked timings of Shove, Jab, and Block to be consistent with each other

    • Increased FUNC Kill Reward to 60 (from 40)
    • Base recycle value of 10 for all manufactured items
    • Rocks and Sticks can no longer be recycled
    • Late Game Airdrop cost to 250 FUNC (from 200 FUNC)

    • Sledgehammer text and damage set to 10-30
      Dev comments: Sledgehammer was previously dealing 9-27 damage, but the UI text was incorrect.

    • Reduce combat value of fists, rocks, sticks: 5-10 damage (from 5-15)
      Dev comments: This is intended to add combat value to Tier 1 and Crafted melee weapons.

    • Duration of full blindness from blindness wound reduced to 2 seconds (from 3 seconds)
      Dev comments: We’ve seen the effectiveness of a multi-smoke bomb strategy and want to take a bit of the sting out of being blind.
      Increased base health award on kill from 15 to 30. Note: There is a known issue where this does not work properly in offline matches.
      Reduced the distance from which combat actions can be heard

      Bug Fixes and Polish

    • Fixed missing fireworks for Grab My Package
    • Reduced duration of Airdrop notification VO
      Dev comments: A better long-term solution is in the works, but for now we’ve made these announcements less obtrusive.
    • Trump and Hillary masks retired. See you in 2020!

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November 4

Cullection Day: Frank 4 President! #95826

The U.S. presidential election is nearly upon us and just when you thought the last political shots had been fired, The Culling has a final trick up its sleeve that could decide the outcome of the race. That’s right: Trump and Hillary masks are making their way to the island (sorry, Gary Johnson).

In the final hours before Super Tuesday, Culling contestants will show their support by dressing up as their favorite candidates. Hop on a private server (hosted in Frank’s garage), build a wall around your Airdrop landing pad, and leak the blood of your enemies. Step aside, Washington Post, The Culling is ready to flex its influence and rock the vote!

The new patch will be released on Monday, November 7th. Servers will be down starting at 8AM Eastern for *up to* 4 hours.

In addition to goofy rubber masks, this patch has A LOT going for it. For months we’ve been systematically targeting various core game systems and overhauling them to be more balanced, more competitive, more fun and more... “more”.

This time we have Airdrops, Economy, and Match Events in our crosshairs.

You can read the details below, but the short version is that we now have Early-, Mid-, and Late-Match Airdrops that only become available at specific time intervals (provided you have enough FUNC). Coupled with a stingier economy, we expect Airdrop choice to be more interesting strategically and more critical to the outcome of matches.

Perhaps the most exciting thing about this round of changes is that for us it represents a critical milestone on our Early Access roadmap. At this point we’ve addressed all of the game systems that required overhauls, which frees up more of the team to focus on the Major Update that’s still in the works. There will be more patches before the update, but they are likely to involve fine-tuning, rather than huge shifts. This is the stimulus package we’ve been looking for.

In a tip of Frank’s fedora to the Cullmunity, we’ve made a few timing tweaks to Blocking and Shove, we’ve added Cullmunity tournament-winner banners to the Cullmination, and we’ve made it easier to view the scoreboard when you’re spectating.

We’ll see you on the island!


Hot on the heels of their Culloween event, the Cullmunity is gearing up for their biggest tournament yet to close out the year.

The Cullclusion (

More guests, more prizes, and the biggest purse to-date; it doesn’t get much better than this.

Proceeds from entry fees for the tournament are being delivered to the Texas Homeless Network, helping those in need during this holiday season. That’s literally a win-win when you put your money where your mouth is!

You sign up and get more details on the Cullclusion here. (

But what if you want to put your fist where your mouth is? Well you’re in luck friend, there’s an option for that.

Each weekend leading up to The Cullclusion on November 18-20th we will be running Pre-Qualifiers to help contestants book their very own free ticket to the tournament!

Windows will be open starting on 12pm EST and closes 6pm EST ( Nov 5/6, 12/13). During this time period, a contestant merely needs to meet the following minimum requirements to be entered in the running.

Minimum Requirements:
Play at least 10 matches during the time period
Win at least 1 game
Get a minimum of 3 kills in a single game

If you haven’t registered for the free Pre-Qualifiers, what are you waiting for? Click here ! (


  • New Trump and Hillary masks are available to everyone for a limited time!
    Halloween masks have been retired

    Balance and Gameplay

    Airdrops and Economy
  • New Suite of Airdrops
    Early (Tier 2 Melee weapon + Crude Crafted Armor + Random Stim) (FREE)
  • Random Blade
  • Random Bludgeon
  • Random Axe
  • Random Spear

    Mid (Tier 3 Melee Weapon + Reinforced Crafted Armor + Random Stim) (100 FUNC)
  • Bowie Knife
  • Kukri
  • Sabre
  • Tactical Machete
  • Pipe Wrench
  • Baseball Bat
  • Survival Spear
  • Tomahawk

    Late (Tier 4 Melee Weapon + Tactical Body Armor + Random Stim) (200 FUNC)
  • Katana
  • Sledgehammer
  • Trident
  • Fireman’s Axe

    Utility (can be called up to 3X, available at match start, 100 FUNC)
  • Tracker
  • Backpack
  • Man Tracker
  • Alarm Gun
  • Silent But Deadly

    Golden Arm
  • Backpack
  • 3 Javelins

  • Backpack
  • Med Kit
  • ron-4-Skin
  • Muscle Man Milk

  • Backpack
  • Steel Snare
  • Steel Snare
  • Explosive Mine

    Bait Crate
  • Explodes and deals 50 damage when opened

    Airdrops now have an elapsed match time requirement in addition to a FUNC requirement.
    -Early, Utility: Match Start
    -Mid: 6 minutes elapsed (19:00 remaining)
    -Late: 12 minutes elapsed (13:00 remaining)

  • With the exception of Utility Airdrops, Airdrops can be called once per match
  • Airdrops now spawn directly over the landing pad and take 45 seconds to arrive
  • Airdrop landing pads no longer spawn randomly, there are a fixed number of pads and locations
  • Default loadouts utilize Early Airdrops and Load Dropper
  • Improved item orientation in Airdrop crates
  • Load Dropper perk reduces Airdrop call-in time from 45 seconds to 15 seconds (previously provided instant delivery)

    Recycle Value Updates
  • Hemo Blast Stim: 10 FUNC (previously 20)
  • Explosive Mine: 20 FUNC (previously 25)
  • Remote Explosive: 20 FUNC (previously 30)
  • Sabre: 25 (previously 30)

    Removed several activity- and time-based FUNC Rewards
  • Time Alive (1, 2, and 3, these were providing a total of 100 FUNC)
  • Crouch through trap
  • Distance Traveled (1 and 2)
  • Stim Use
  • Opening various crates
    Dev comments: This overhaul of Airdrops and Economy is intended to accomplish several goals:

    Airdrop contents are balanced, allowing players to choose based on weapon preference. While the previous “themed” Airdrop approach was fun (and may see a return in some form), it meant that certain weapons were favored based on the quality of the companion items.
    The introduction of a time-gate mechanism allows us to control the pace of weapon progression, which in turn increases the relative value of each tier of melee weapon. Tier 2 and Tier 3 melee weapons each enjoy a 6-minute window where they are (nearly) guaranteed to be the strongest weapons in play. When coupled with a more restrictive economy, we expect the choice of an Early-, Mid-, or Late-Game Airdrop will be much more interesting from a strategic risk/reward standpoint.

    With Early-Match Airdrops available for free at the very start of the match, inexperienced players have a clear path to gearing up that doesn’t require intimate map knowledge (for effective scavenging) or understanding of the crafting system. We’ve all seen new players enter fights empty-handed, which isn’t particularly fun for anyone. We expect some aggressive veterans will also favor Early-Match Airdrops and rely on Holo Spawners and body-looting to provide Late-Match gear.

    By removing the majority of activity-based FUNC bonuses, including the controversial “charity FUNC,” passive players will have a much more difficult time accessing Holo Spawners or Late-Match Airdrops, creating a strong incentive for aggressive play.
    While still valuable, Load Dropper is no longer a must-have perk for a player who wants to guarantee an Airdrop. All Airdrops will alert other players to your location and can potentially be contested, but they can no longer be stolen in transit. While some of the gameplay associated with snagging an Airdrop as it traveled across the map was exciting, having all Airdrops spawn directly above their landing pad creates a host of new gameplay dynamics.

    Melee Combat
  • Blocking: Reduce minimum block duration by 0.1 second (from 0.5 seconds), making total minimum block time 0.7 seconds (matches jab time)
  • Shove: Extend shove time by 0.1 seconds, making total shove time 1.1 seconds
  • Shove Animation: Shove animations should better illustrate the timing of shove, with an explosive pop at 0.1s, and a long follow-through where the shoving player is visibly vulnerable.
    Dev comments: The community has spoken! Several of you have voiced concerns about the slow feel and added vulnerability of blocking since our last changes, so we’ve reduced the minimum block time by 0.1 seconds. Coincidentally, this makes Jab and Block timing match exactly, which must be fate. We’ve made Shoving more of a risk by extending the duration by 0.1s and reworking the Shove animation to do a better job of visually communicating how vulnerable a player is after a miss.

    End of Match Map Changes
  • End of match gas iris behavior updated. With ~7 minutes remaining, the gas iris pauses for 5 minutes. With 2 minutes remaining “Standing Room Only” begins and stops with 0 minutes remaining.
  • With ~7 minutes remaining, “End of Match” Gas Pylons appear near in 4 key locations near the central arena. When triggered these pylons shut down large portions of the playable space, driving players toward the center.
    Dev comments: We’ve been struggling to find a solution to the phenomenon we consistently see in high-stakes matches (i.e. tournaments): Lots of players alive at the Standing Room Only phase, resulting in a messy brawl with questionable “who can survive longest in the gas?” tactics.

    When a tournament is on the line, it is difficult to incentivize aggressive play, but punitive action against passive players didn’t seem appropriate. Through changes to gas shutdown timing and placement of strategic gas pylons that only appear near the end of the match, we have created a scenario where we expect much higher attrition during the late game phase (from 7 minutes remaining until 2 minutes remaining), with only a few players remaining as the match winds down to Standing Room Only. Note that “End of Match” Gas Pylons behave identically to all other Gas Pylons in terms of radius, duration, and damage.

    Level Changes
  • Community Tournament Winner Banners Added
    Dev comments: We are proud to display banners commemorating the winners of notable Cullmunity-organized tournaments.

  • Fireworks at Grab My Package destinations
    Dev comments: This helps draw players to the location where Grab My Package will land, making it more contestable.

  • Match Events now occur in 3 phases
    -Early (@ 4:00 elapsed)
    The Chokening
    Loot Express (Can deliver Mid and Utility Airdrops)
    -Mid (@ 10:00 elapsed)
    The Chokening
    Grab My Package (Can deliver Mid, Late, and Utility Airdrops)
    -Late (@ 18:00 elapsed)
    Loot Pinata (Can deliver Mid, Late, and Utility Airdrops)
    Three-Crate Monte (Can deliver Mid, Late, and Utility Airdrops)

    (Note: Two events happen per match, always at different match phases)

    Dev comments: We have new events planned for the upcoming major update, but in the meantime we’re embracing the Early-Mid-Late scheme of Airdrops and reformatting our Match Events to create a more cohesively paced experience that still offers the prospect of early access to a higher-tier Airdrop.

    Spectator Mode Features

  • At match end, spectators automatically view the scoreboard
  • Holding Tab key allows spectators to view the scoreboard (mappable key)

    Advanced Tutorial Changes

  • Room 1 Mandroid has an on-screen damage display
  • Auto Bow and all stims are now included on pedestals
  • Recycler is available
    Dev comments: These changes make our internal QA testing easier and will allow the community to test and confirm their own theories.

  • Holo Spawners no longer contain Hemo Blast Stims, have a higher chance to contain ranged weapons
  • .357 Magnum, SMG, and Rifle have had minor accuracy tweaks

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About This Game

As a contestant in the deadly game of The Culling, you must explore, scavenge items, craft weapons, and build traps that will enable you to slay your fellow contestants and emerge victorious before the end of the round. Only with cunning, skill, and a little luck will you be able to prevail and survive the match.

Unlike add-on modes in open-world survival games, The Culling redefines the battle royale genre by providing a tightly focused stand-alone experience that delivers incredible thrills and endless story-worthy moments.

Features at Early Access Launch

Game Modes

The core of The Culling is an online 16-player battle royale, played solo or in teams of two. Matches last approximately 20 minutes, with deadly poison gas slowly constricting the arena in the final stages. The winning player (or team) is the last left alive.

With no respawning on death, you have to make every action count. Play too cautiously and you won’t be prepared for the final clash at the end of the match, too aggressively and you might not make it past the first few minutes.

Weapons and Combat

The Culling focuses heavily on melee combat. Use jabs, charged swings, blocks, and shoves in a system that’s simple learn, but requires practice to truly master.

There are 24 melee weapons in the form of blades, axes, bludgeons, and spears. There are multiple tiers of weapons, which deal different levels of damage, from the lowly crafted stone knife to the mighty Katana. Different weapons types also apply different wounds, which factors into combat strategy. All melee weapons can be thrown, adding the potential for ranged combat in any encounter.

There is also a variety of ranged weapons, including bows, blowguns, and even highly-coveted firearms. A gun isn’t a guaranteed kill, however, as ammunition is in short supply and ranged players can be disarmed by melee strikes if they don’t keep their distance.


Players who thrive on outwitting their enemies can sample from a collection of traps in the form of snares, mines, remote-detonated explosives, caltrops, and punji sticks. Matches are fast-paced, so sneaky players must lay their traps in hot spots (such as near an airdrop landing pad) or use themselves as bait to lure opponents in.


A wide range of utility items is at your disposal, with everything from backpacks to smoke bombs, run speed stims to stun guns, player tracking devices to bandages. You start each match empty-handed, so you must explore to survive. Inventory space is extremely limited, forcing you to think carefully about how you intend to play and what you want to carry.


The Culling utilizes a unique crafting system that is very simple to use (no bulky UI-heavy inventory management) but still offers a wide range of recipes. Players can craft rudimentary weapons, a wide range of traps, and a handful of useful items, including bandages, satchels, and even body armor.


Each contestant chooses 3 perks before the start of a match. There are dozens of perks available, and they range from combat bonuses (increase the duration of bleed wounds you apply with blade weapons) to crafting skills (reduce your trap placement time), to general utility (begin the match with a tracking device in your inventory).

All of the perks are available to all players from the start with no unlocking required. You can use perks to define and enhance your personal play style, whether it be focused on ranged, melee, or trap-based strategy. Advanced players will find helpful synergies between their perk load-out and their airdrop selection.


Players select a personal airdrop to call in during the match. Air drops are deadly care packages containing a predefined variety of weapons, traps and items. Be careful, because calling in an airdrop draws attention to you and can be stolen by other players (especially if they manage to shoot it out of the sky before it arrives).

New airdrops are unlocked by opening the container, so finding a random airdrop during a match or stealing another player’s airdrop will unlock it in your list.

Game Show Events

The Culling is the most popular game show in the history of the world, and for good reason. The show’s producers have devised events that take place at random during the match. If you choose to participate in these events, the rewards can improve your chances of winning, but don’t be surprised when other players arrive to challenge you.


Flexible Universal Nano-Compound, or FUNC, serves as the primary in-game currency. You spend FUNC to craft, call in personal airdrops, and open certain types of item chests. FUNC is gained through combat and exploration.

Character Customization

Players start the game with a variety of hairstyles, tops, pants, and skin tones at their disposal. Through playing matches, new customization items can be unlocked. There are over 100 items available to unlock, with many more planned.


The Culling places a heavy gameplay emphasis on audio. Making noise by sprinting through the jungle crafting items, slamming doors, and engaging in combat will draw the attention of other players far and wide.

Using audio cues to locate opponents and using the crouch mode to conceal your movements add tremendously to the game’s suspense and immersion.

Map Exploration

The Culling ships with one map set on a tropical island. The map size has been carefully tuned to provide just enough space for 16 contestants, but also to ensure than no one is safe for long. The map is populated with landmarks, buildings (full of lockers and crates containing items), hidden caches, and hazards.

Many of these elements are random, meaning map knowledge is important, but offers no guarantees. When the match starts, you can choose to immediately set about crafting some basic survival tools, or sprint to the nearest building in the hopes that it will contain valuable items.

Tutorials and Offline Training Mode

The Culling can be intimidating for new players, so we’ve included basic and advanced tutorials that will help you learn all of the game’s mechanics.

If you’re still not ready to face players online, there is an offline practice mode against basic AI-controlled bots that will allow you to practice in a low-pressure situation.

Steam Items

No contestant leaves a match of The Culling empty-handed. Cosmetic items (hats, hair styles, shirts, and pants) are awarded at the end of each round, with rarer items rewarded for better performance. These items are tradeable on the Steam Market.

System Requirements

SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: 64-Bit OS Required: Win7 SP1, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 560 / AMD Phenom2 X4 945
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DX11 GPU with 1GB VRAM: NVidia GTX 460/ AMD Radeon 5850
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • OS: 2.7 or higher
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 4th Gen (4xxx)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DX11 GPU with 1GB VRAM: NVidia GTX 460/ AMD Radeon 5850
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 8 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: SteamOS is supported, other Linux distributions will have minimal tech support
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