Coming this Fall.
Developers IMGN.PRO and Fool’s Theory have today announced that the open world isometric role-playing game, Seven: The Days Long Gone will release on Steam, Dec. 1.
A brand new trailer for the game introduces the world of The Vetrall Empire and the game’s main protagonist, Tyriel, a master thief. The narration touts “unhindered, free roam exploration” within the environment and the ability to shape character builds according to preferred playstyle as core foundations of the game. Players will be able to engage enemies stealthily, using takedowns and traps, or aggressively with the use of magic and heavy weapons.
The trailer also detailed a collectors edition for those interested in pre-ordering the game. The collector’s edition features the audio soundtrack, composed by Marcin Przybyłowicz (The Witcher 3), as well as a guide, art-book, and poster.
One of the studios behind the game, Fool’s theory, contains several former members of CD Projekt RED, with involvement in the development of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
As of yet, there is no word as to whether the game will launch on PS4 or Xbox One.
You can check out the trailer below:
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