After presenting a rich gameplay video of The Invincible to the public, the Starward Industries team returns to tell the characteristics of its debut work with a new trailer. Developed in Unreal Engine, The Invincible will be published in the course of 2023, with an expected debut on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S. At the reins of the project, we recall, there are former developers of The Witcher, Cyberpunk 2077, and Dying Light.
The Invincible trailer shows similarities to Firewatch and Alien: Isolation
A fascinating description of the sci-fi experience was provided by the software company in conversation with the Unreal Engine developers. In particular, the latter is portrayed as a cross between the sensation of lone adventure put out by Firewatch and the ongoing anxiety imparted by Alien: Isolation. The existential ideas drawn from the original The Invincible, a literary work signed by Stanislaw Lem, the former creator of the acclaimed Solaris, will serve to moderate the sense of danger engendered by the survival scenario in the universe of the Xenomorph.
Based on the 1964 novel of the same name by renowned Polish author Stanislaw Lem, The Invincible. According to the game's creator, Starward Industries, the goal of the exploratory adventure game is to let players learn about the mysteries of the planet Regis III through a profoundly psychological narrative. The group discusses how Unreal Engine was used to produce its gritty sci-fi marvel in this The Invincible new trailer.
Despite this, Starward Industries has made some creative decisions to bring the fictional world of Regis III to life. The game's protagonists are new characters, and some of the events described in the book have been rearranged by the developers in order to give the audience a plot to learn step by step. The team argues for a solution that will preserve the essential elements of Lem's work without sacrificing the element of surprise for the gamers.