Narrative RPG ‘Long Gone Days’ Announces October 2023 Release Date for PC & Consoles

Serenity Forge and This I Dreamt have announced that their narrative-driven RPG Long Gone Days will launch for PC, PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch on October 10, 2023, for $24.99.

Throughout this game set in a war-torn version of our world, protagonist Rourke finds his worldview shattered when confronting its horrors. He was a child of The Core, predetermined at birth to become a sniper, but when actually facing war during his first mission, he realizes that what he’s spent his whole life training for isn’t what he expected. He becomes a deserter, determined to end this conflict and its resulting bloodshed.

Players will “grapple with numerous real-world complexities, including an intricate web of language barriers,” with integral encounters dependent on your choices. Surpassing linguistic confines will be a tough struggle players will need to embrace. Failing to do so will solidify the reality of war, shattering any attempts at bonds and peace. Turn-based combat is also featured, where Rourke’s sniping expertise can be utilized to target specific body parts. He can fight up close and personal, too.

You can view official screenshots for Long Gone Days via our gallery below:

You can view the release date announcement trailer for Long Gone Days below:

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