Exclusive: Unsighted Gamescom Trailer Reveals More Pixel Art, Stylish RPG Action
Check out the Gamescom trailer for Studio Pixel Punk's action RPG Unsighted--inspired by Zelda, Metroid, and Dark Souls--coming in early 2021.
At Gamescom 2020, Studio Pixel Punk revealed a new trailer for its upcoming Action RPG title, Unsighted. The first scenes of the trailer introduces the story of Unsighted, set in the futuristic but desolate metropolis of Arcadia. The androids of the metropolis, including our protagonist, are all running out of Anima, the energy granting them consciousness. Players will need to explore Arcadia to solve this crisis, changing the fate of all androids.
The Gamescom trailer also focuses on the stylish pixel art action of Unsighted. Arcadia is full dangers and secrets, bringing to the players a non-linear exploration experience. The combat system includes multiple close and long-ranged weapons and abilities. Players will also be able to wall-jump and use a grappling hook, which can also pull enemies to close-range. Lastly, the clock is always ticking in Unsighted, as players are required to constantly monitor their Anima level. Oh, and you can also pet the dog.
With its 2D Zelda-like top-down action and Metroidvania-style exploration, Unsighted is definitely one of the most promising indie titles of 2021. You can find the trailer below, which DualShockers is able to release exclusively:
Unsighted Gamescom 2020 Trailer
Unsighted was first announced in 2017. The game’s Steam page is accessible here. Around ten minutes of gameplay commented by the developer was also published earlier in June. Be sure to check it out as well:
If you missed the stream today here’s our gameplay video with developer commentary!
— UNSIGHTED | Studio Pixel Punk (@StudioPixelPunk) June 27, 2020
Unsighted will be available in early 2021 on PC via Steam and Humble Store, and on consoles. Future updates on Unsighted will be coming via the game’s official Twitter account and Steam page linked above.
Stay tuned on DualShockers as Gamescom 2020 is still ongoing at full throttle, and so is our coverage.