Founded by people from CD Projekt RED, Flying Wild Hog and CI Games, the Polish studio Red Square Games has introduced SlavicPunk: Oldtimer, an isometric shooter based on the SiberiaPunk trilogy by science fiction writer Michał Gołkowski.
SlavicPunk: Oldtimer takes place in a near-future Eastern European city that combines futuristic and outdated technology. The creators call the entourage of the game a dystopia in the genre of Slavic cyberpunk.
Players take on the role of a private detective with a troubled past, Janus, to solve a case of stolen data, defeat internal demons, challenge gangs and an almost omnipotent corporation that is responsible for the decline of the city.
SlavicPunk: Oldtimer promises a decent combat system, modular weapon upgrades, dynamic levels with elements of stealth, hacking and puzzles, city exploration, side quests, caustic humor and text translation into Russian.
SlavicPunk: Oldtimer will be released in the second quarter of this year on PC (Steam). Red Square Games is also working on SibirPunk, a tabletop RPG in the same setting, which will be funded through the Gamefound crowdfunding platform.
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