Not many video games are set across the fall of the Berlin Wall
Industria, a first-person shooter set in a parallel dimension “shortly before the end of the Cold War,” looks cool enough. Not out-of-this-world cool, or give-it-to-me-now cool, however cool sufficient. It’s the sort of sport you may see pop up on Steam, give a once-over, and toss in your wishy-washy wishlist.
Bleakmill was impressed by Half-Life 2 and David Lynch, which is a hell of a jumping-off level.
With a 2021 PC launch in thoughts, the impartial studio is aiming to tug off a four-hour-long story set in a actuality with humanoid robots – a realm described as “Berlin at the time of the fall of the wall meets a surreal industrialized city.” Nora, the protagonist, follows a lacking colleague’s path into an deserted analysis facility. She treads “right into the heart of the universe, where time seems to stand still.”
I hope they get out-of-control bizarre with this one. The freaky lumbering large is an effective begin.