Anshar Studios recently uinveiled Gamedec, an investigative cyberpunk RPG set in Warsaw City in the 22nd century where a private detective has to solves crimes, most of which are made in virtual worlds. The title has been announced for PC for the moment with a release planned for 2020.
Gamedec is an adaptive, cyberpunk RPG game from Anshar Studios. This brand new project is based around a private detective who solves crimes committed in virtual game worlds. The title will debut in 2020.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 8th, Katowice, Poland.
It’s Warsaw City in the 22nd century, and thanks to the existence of virtual worlds, "reality" is a relative concept, and "life" and "death" have many meanings. New worlds, however, give rise to new problems. Desire, jealousy, greed, and lust for power are ever present. Many things have changed, but human nature is not one of them. That’s why society in the 22nd century needs Gamedecs – detectives who handle frauds, crimes, and conspiracies committed in virtual worlds. Child slavery in F2P games, the suicide of a professional player – cases like that are what they deal with on a daily basis. In the new Anshar Studios game, the player becomes one of these detectives.
You can already add the game to your Steam Wishlist (https://store.steampowered.com/app/917720/Gamedec/), not to miss any updates on its ongoing development.
A special, early version of the game will be premiered at Gamescom, while at PAX West in Seattle, a game demo will be made available to guests of the event. And if you’re heading to Cologne and would like to check out a hands-off demo at Gamescom, you’ll be able to meet the developers in the Business Area, Hall 4.1, Booth A-071G (Indie Games Poland). However, advance bookings are required, so please use our booking app available under the following link: https://events.pr-outreach.com/ to save your slot. Pick up a game, click "Book a meeting", type your e-mail address and follow further instructions on the screen. A confirmation e-mail with all the details will be sent your way, once your done.
In Gamedec, decisions are important, and the game world constantly adapts to them and to the hero, who changes as the story progresses. The consequences of choices made, like in “real” life, can be immediate, long-term, or hidden - the latter most often surfacing at unexpected moments. Regardless of the decisions made, however, the game always remains neutral towards them. It’s up to the player to evaluate them, bearing in mind the saying “you are the sum of your choices.”
The studio’s new game returns to the foundations of the RPG genre by adding Deduction, Codex, and Aspects mechanics to allow for complex discussions, as the players create or expose networks of intrigues and conspiracies, while discovering unusual relationships between virtual worlds. Gamedec’s paper-based RPG mechanics give players the freedom to approach things from multiple perspectives, rather than finding a single solution - the choice is ultimately theirs.
Gamedec is currently under development. The game is planned to be released in 2020.
and then just revealed it out of nowhere a short time after. (14 Hours ago)
remaster? really a remake, so, yeah, built from scratch. Saying that, its probably been in development since they confirmed the RE2 remake, but still refreshing they kept it close to the chest (14 Hours ago)
even if it is a remaster. Yeah, Square, I'm taking a shot at you! (14 Hours ago)
its also brilliant they have already made this game and its coming out just a year after the second one. Shows you dont need to have a fucking four year dev cycle that costs a billion to make a game (14 Hours ago)
hopefully there is, because RE2remake was amazing with the 1st person mod, plus, you know, makes it easier to transition to VR with a full body avatar. (14 Hours ago)
I remember them saying they were playing with camera ideas, and the possibility of multiple camera options for part 2, so could still be 1st person (14 Hours ago)
@Sdarts: weird showing the actual game for the most part of that trailer in 1st person. (14 Hours ago)