Lab Zero released a new gameplay video for their RPG platformer, Indivisible, in development for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac, Linux, PC, and most recently Nintendo Switch.
The video details the changes made to the battle system since the developer released their last update. Battle system details covered in the video include a look at the Focus Selection, Guard Crush, and Juggling Enemies. By mastering these systems, players will have a no problem getting through the many battles that await them throughout the game’s story.
Additionally, backers of the Kickstarter campaign will receive an update to their Backer Preview soon so they can try out these new systems.
Indivisible stars a girl name Ajna who sets out on a journey to discover the truth behind her mysterious powers. Throughout her quest, she will meet up with a handful of other adventurers who will join her and assist her along the way. Furthermore, she will gain new abilities that will allow her to gain access to new areas so backtracking can be expected.
Indivisible’s soundtrack is from Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta, and the in-game hand-drawn animation is all done in-house at Lab Zero.
You can watch the new gameplay video below: