ThinkingStars released a new quick look gameplay trailer for their action RPG ANNO: Mutationem, in development to PlayStation 4.
The trailer highlights how players can take on missions during gameplay. In this particular scene, players will need to infiltrate a night club where they’ll have to change clothes. Even though the main protagonist is combat-trained, she doesn’t seem to mind suiting up for the occasion.
ANNO: Mutationem is developed by a small group of indie developers from China who set out to create a cyberpunk action game using pixel art style graphics. ANNO: Mutationem aims to bring a sense of exploration and wonder to players as they play through the story.
The game features both side-scrolling and third-person gameplay portions as well as a responsive battle system. Furthermore, players will need to interact with other characters in the bustling cyberpunk city in order to solve puzzles and figure out ways to progress the story.
Currently, the game doesn’t have a release date, but the developers are actively updating players on the development progress. There’s no word on if COVID-19 has caused delays to the game, but it seems like they are steadily moving along.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated on ANNO: Mutationem’s development.
You can watch the short gameplay video below:
Night Club Infiltration, or: even combat-trained professionals are sometimes required to adapt to the mission ????
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— ANNO: Mutationem (@AnnoMuta) May 18, 2020
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