Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space Announced – Sci-Fi PC FPS – To Be Shown At Gamescom 2014

Merge Games today announced Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space on PC – a new action packed 3D escape the room FPS hybrid, inspired by Sci-Fi movies of the 1960s. Albedo will launch on Steam Early Access late September 2014.

Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space is developed by Italian studio Z4GO and Ivan Venturi Productions and will be shown for the first time at Gamescom 2014 later this month. To celebrate the announcement Merge Games has released a new trailer which can be viewed below.

In Albedo: Eyes from Outer Space you play John T. Longy, a night-watchman at a partially abandoned research facility called Jupiter where scientists are conducting research on Space and Time.

“It’s a night like every other when, suddenly you hear a loud noise outside. You black out and when you awaken you are in a basement where strange things are happening. Explore Jupiter to unravel the mysteries and solve the problems that lie ahead. Fight for your survival as you close in on the secrets that lie hidden in the darkness…”

Here are the game’s key features:

-First person shooter elements mixed with puzzle and adventure gameplay.
-A 1960s Sci-Fi pulp movie inspired narrative, with plenty of mystery and suspense!
-Stunning 3D environments and detailed objects.
-Realistic sound effects will envelope you in your surroundings.
-The advanced physics engine makes object interaction extremely immersive.
-Unique hint system using a device to ‘see into the future’ to help solve complex problems.

It certainly looks and sounds interesting, so make sure to at least watch its trailer.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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