3D Isometric Stealth RPG Seven: The Days Long Gone Gets Release Date and New Trailer
Play as a master their possessed by an ancient daemon on a post-apocalyptic prison island in Seven: The Days Long Gone, out on PC this December.
Developers IMGN.PRO and Fool’s Theory have announced that their 3D isometric stealth RPG, Seven: The Days Lone Gone, is set to release on December 1, this year.
For those that don’t know: in Seven: The Days Lone Gone you step into the shoes of a lone wanderer in the sandbox open-world set in the “Vetrall Empire.”
The game’s world is described as post-apocalyptic, one that you can freely explore via the game’s parkour climbing system that
gives you the ability of free-traversing obstacles, of any height, horizontally and vertically.
As a master their possessed by an ancient daemon, you are deported to the prison island of Peh, on a mission that “could decide the fate of all humanity,” and unravelling stories “rich in conspiracy, discovery and betrayal, set within an unforgiving world filled with mysterious technology and dark age superstition.” Further, the story is said to feature “difficult moral choices,” how much these choices will impact the narrative or ending remains unclear.
Seven: The Days Lone Gone will be available on PC when it releases. Other platforms remain up in the air. Below, you can check out a new trailer, which accompanied today’s announcement.
For more information and media on the game, be sure to check out its official website.