Copoka Hits PC February 15th; Launch Trailer Released

on February 13, 2017 9:02 AM

Inaccurate Interactive’s open-world exploratory game, Copoka, is set to launch for PC on February 15th, this Wednesday

As you may know, Copoka, first arrived on the scene in July’s Humble Monthly, where it was a Humble Original title. However, now the Swedish based team is taking what was once a school project, to Steam, following its success on Steam Greenlight.

First time hearing about Copoka? No problem — here’s an overview, courtesy of the game’s Steam listing:

Copoka is an open-world exploratory indie game about a bird building its nest in a totalitarian city state. As a player, you are soaring free, high above the city of Copoka, as a contrast to the citizens below. Your goal is to find and collect twigs for your nest, and as you construct your home piece by piece a story of intrigue and politics beneath around you.

Key Features

  • Take wing and enjoy the freedom of flight
  • Experience a city boiling with strife and political turmoil
  • Eavesdrop on conversations to get the full story of the city

Story

The city of Copoka is in distress. Speakers all around the city proclaim the glory of the Great Leader and how she will bring salvation to a country in need, while people lament in the streets about starvation and dissatisfaction. Something is brewing in the back alleys of the slums. Whispers in the wind tell about a coming uprising, about an end to the suffering and new hope for the citizens of Copoka. Being a bird you can undertake the role of silent observer. By listening to people around the city a more nuanced picture of the brewing conflict is revealed – a conflict concerning clashing ideologies regardless of social standing or allegiance.

Of course, it’s up to you if you wish to stop and listen. After all, what are human concerns to a bird anyway?

A price point hasn’t been divulged, but a new launch trailer has — you can check it out below:

 /  Assignments Editor & News Editor
Tyler Fischer is the Assignments Editor and News Editor at DualShockers. He specializes in writing breaking news, managing assignments, and organization. Born and raised in New York, Tyler studies journalism and public relations at SUNY New Paltz. In his free time he enjoys playing and watching soccer, getting lost in game lore, and writing comedy scripts.