Live Wire announced that their rogue-lite casual action shooter, 9th Sentinel Sisters, has launched into Steam Early Access.
The publisher expects the game to be in the Early Access period for six months to collect feedback from players and develop the game further. Currently, there are 16 different weapons, 37 reinforcement parts, three heroes, and one strategy route. The full launch will include more weapons and customization parts.
In 9th Sentinel Sisters, a meteorite of unknown origin once crash-landed on Earth, spawning alien creatures known as “Bleed” roughly ten thousand years later when humanity thrived. As it turned out, the meteorite housed the eggs of these extraterrestrial life forms, which devour stars.
Humanity eventually fell to this threat, save for a few survivors who built shelters underground called Arks. The remaining humans poured all their effort into crafting two weapons to combat the Bleed threat: the manned weapon called “Father” and “a combat clone soldier, taking the form of a young girl who piloted the “Father.”
The gameplay features side-scrolling twin-stick shooting with full controller support and a vast degree of replayability reliant on the numerous avenues of builds one can utilize.
You can watch the launch trailer below:
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