'Oddworld' goes darkish with sequel 'Soulstorm'

'Oddworld' goes dark with sequel 'Soulstorm'

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The Oddworld video games have all the time had one thing to say concerning the world we stay in, however regardless of tackling themes like environmental destruction by the hands of ruthless firms. However regardless of the heavy materials, the video games themselves have been fairly shiny and colourful. Oddworld: Soulstorm might change that. Soulstorm picks up instantly following the occasions of final yr’s New and Tasty remaster of the primary recreation and sees returning protagonist Abe main some 300 liberated Mudokon brethren by way of the desert.

In response to the press launch, Abe and Co. have no entry to meals, water or shelter, however there’s a “scrumptious drink that has insidious ramifications for his or her newfound freedom” obtainable to them.

Collection creator Lorne Lanning says that there was a “deeper, darker, and extra sinister” story within the universe that his group wasn’t capable of inform prior to now and describes Soulstorm as a “a lot heavier” recreation than earlier. Itching to know extra forward of its late 2017 launch? Properly, that makes a variety of us. To disclose further bits concerning the recreation, you will should comply with Oddworld Inhabitants’ social pages, and even then new information will not be revealed till sure follower thresholds are met. For now you will simply need to make due with the bizarre GIFs embedded under.

'Oddworld' goes dark with sequel 'Soulstorm''Oddworld' goes dark with sequel 'Soulstorm''Oddworld' goes dark with sequel 'Soulstorm'

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