PQube is not any stranger in the case of Change. Having revealed a number of video games that vary between Blazblue: Cross Tag Battle to Cat Quest II, it has simply revealed that its subsequent challenge, The Aircraft Impact, is subsequent in line for Nintendo’s handheld.
Developed by Studio Kiku and Innovina Interactive, The Aircraft Impact is described as a “mind-bending dystopian journey”, one which’ll distort time and house. We’ll be taking part in as Solo, a lonely workplace employee on his ultimate day on the workplace, realising one thing is amiss upon going again dwelling.
Confirming the total particulars in a press launch, PQube outlined simply what we are able to count on:
PQube, Studio Kiku and Innovina Interactive are excited to announce the mind-bending dystopian journey The Aircraft Impact for PlayStation 5, Xbox Sequence X, Nintendo Change and Steam!
It’s your final day, it’s time to clock out and head dwelling. However the place is dwelling? And what’s dwelling? Is somebody watching Solo? The Aircraft Impact places you within the sneakers of Solo, a lonely workplace employee on his ultimate day on the workplace and it’s time to return to your stunning household. You do have a household, do not you? You assume you do. You bear in mind having a spouse and youngster… you are positive of it.
Toying along with your grip of actuality and distorting the steadiness of time and house, Solo battles adversity as he traverses the abstruse and deeply aesthetic world of The Aircraft Impact. Alongside the damaging path that Solo walks, you will be challenged with untangling inconceivable sequence’ of occasions, attending to grips with the intangible and utilizing logic to beat the more and more illogical dystopia round you.
Including to this, PQube has additionally launched a number of screenshots, showcasing a somewhat stylized journey. There is not any launch date confirmed for it simply but, however we’ll be retaining an eye fixed out on this upcoming challenge.
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