Transient, the 3D first-person horror adventure game from publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Stormling Studios, has officially launched for PC.
It’s the apocalypse, a setting video game players should be very very familiar with by now. You are Randolph Carter, member of the notorious hacker-for-hire group ODIN. The surviving humans have all taken refuge in Domed City Providence, a protected and fortified community…but through his activities, Randolph has discovered something terrifying. This place might not be as safe as everyone thinks.
In Transient, you’ll be exploring not just Providence and the outer lands of Kor Shehr, but the virtual worlds of Providence’s computers. You may even journey into your own dreams….
· H.P. Lovecraft meets Cyberpunk. Delve deep into an obscure dystopian world and hold firm to your consciousness while you explore enigmatic networks where change is permanent but reality is only temporary. · To find out what is going on, traverse between real and artificially created worlds · Ominous but lush graphics created with Unreal Engine 4 · Secrets and easter eggs · A haunting and atmospheric soundtrack.
You can now find Transient on Steam and GOG. The regular price of the game is $15.99, but if you purchase it within the first week you’ll receive a 15% discount. A console version of Transient is also under works, to be released for Playstation and XBox in 2021.
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