Publisher Edigger has announced the a 1984 style narrative title set in WWII, Espionage.
The new narrative-driven game is developed by indie developer Cube of Cube, and will release for PC (via Steam).
Here’s a rundown of the game, plus announcement trailer:
World War II Alternate History – Infiltrator under Pressure
The game’s background is based on an alternate history of World War II and infused with the high-pressure political world of “1984,” presenting unpredictable times. Players will assume the role of a spy deeply embedded within enemy lines, facing life-and-death trials and the choice between morality and duty in a series of revolutionary missions. Amidst the fog, you will uncover the truth behind your father’s betrayal a decade ago, safeguard your homeland’s peace amidst the gunfire, and transform into a true warrior amid the flames of war.
Immersed in the Tide of History – Scripting a New Chapter
In the game, players will be deeply immersed in this high-pressure world, navigating through the tides of generations, encountering historical figures, influencing key personalities through negotiation, assassination, and other actions, altering the course of history, and scripting a new chapter. Players can engage in thrilling espionage operations while also experiencing the warmth of ordinary people under the dust of the era.
A Pre-announced Arson – A Drama Unfolding
The game revolves around a pre-announced arson case, a drama buried beneath the ruins of history, with various characters taking the stage amidst the tide of the times. Players will follow the protagonist’s footsteps, transitioning from an ordinary person executing multiple espionage tasks to growing into a true warrior. Simultaneously, you will gradually uncover the secrets behind the sudden and massive fire a decade ago, revealing the historical truth concealed beneath the conflict of faith and desire. The game’s clever narrative structure makes the mystery intricate and the truth seem as if seen through a veil, at times seemingly close, yet suddenly distant.