Check out 18 minutes of early gameplay from upcoming narrative first-person adventure game The Invincible.
Developer Starward Industries has shown off the gameplay for its upcoming narrative-focused first-person adventure game The Invincible. The video, which you can check out below, showcases 18 minutes of gameplay from the upcoming title.
Gameplay from the video largely revolves around early parts of the game so as to prevent spoilers, and can be played through in the demo that is currently available on PC through Steam Next Fest.
Earlier this month, The Invincible got a new story trailer that largely focused on protagonist Yasna, who wakes up on Regis 3 with her entire crew missing and her memories missing.
The Invincible, based on Stanisław Lem’s novel, adapts the setting of Regis 3, complete with all of its mysteries that have to be uncovered so that Yasna can get back more of her memories, and also learn about the setting’s various entities. The game features a retro-futuristic aesthetic backed by impressive power of Unreal Engine 5.
The Invincible is coming out on PC, Xbox and PlayStation later this year.