Publisher Devolver Digital is releasing their new video game Absolver this 2017. Although key details about the game is not yet available, still, gamers should expect it to be awesome. Here are the reasons why.
First of all, it is Devolver Digital who will be releasing the game. The publisher is known for launching great games in the past years. Some of their successful titles are Hotline Miami, Shadow Warrior, Titan Souls, Serious Sam and Breach & Clear: Deadline.
Great games usually come with great graphics, and that is exactly the case for the upcoming video game Absolver. According to Mashable, the game is ?visually gorgeous”. It will as well offer gamers something that is very rare in titles today – customizing combat styles.
Also, Absolver is not just about fighting. Its overworld is as interesting as its gameplay. Creative lead Pierre Tarno, shared that the game?is set in a ?desolate world? that is inhabited by mask-wearing ?Prospects?, like the character you will be playing. These characters will soon be crazy, and the reasons behind it are going to be in the game.
Tarno also shared with Mashable?what their main goal for the game is. ?What we do want is to actually bring in players who are not necessarily competitive action game players and who are interested by the world, the story, its universe, its gameplay. [We want to] bring some of these players – probably not all, but some of them – progressively toward the competitive PVP,? Tarno said.
Obviously, the game has a lot to offer and it will certainly be as great as the previous titles of Devolver Digital. Developer Slowclap started game development in May 2015 and made its debut at the June 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo. Absolver?will launch first on the PS4 sometime this 2017. The PC and Xbox One versions of the game will?shortly follow, though specific dates or even a release window has yet to be announced.?
How about you? Do you think Absolver is worth the hype? Or, will it be just a mediocre game? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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