Źrodło fot. Fall Rate Studio / Twin Sails Interactive.
The August edition of the Future Games Show 2023 broadcast was full of videos dedicated to the upcoming games. She bragged about her catalog, for example Twin Sails Interactive, which stated, among other things, About a dystopian tactical RPG without desire.
The Drop Rate Studio team is announced to be working in 2021 (albeit an “official reveal” by the publisher It happened Just half a year ago) and immediately caught the attention of gamers with a style somewhat reminiscent of the game Darkest Dungeon. Only here instead of cosmic horror We have twisted the monsters created by patients’ minds that we need to delve intoTo eliminate what torments our interest.
Interesting ideas can also be seen in combat. in clashes It will be necessary to be careful not only of the environmental elements (including patients’ baseline memories Better not risk damaging it), even your own moves.
- Because when we do an action, every opponent on the board can take the same number of actions.
- To balance: eliminating enemies will reward the player with bonus moves on this turn.
The developers also promise a rich “interwoven” skill system that will allow you to experiment with almost every aspect of the ability: from effect and cost to “shape” and cooldown. Some of these options can be checked out in the beta, which was made available as part of the February edition of the Steam Next Festival.
without desire I will go to Early access to steam In November. The exact release date is still unknown.
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