Just A Game and Biart Studios have revealed six new screenshots for their third person underwater game, Deep Black: Reloaded. Set in the near future, Deep Black: Reloaded is a complex science-fiction mystery mixing espionage and bio-terror as players become involved in a desperate fight for world supremacy and possession of a sophisticated dooms day biological weapon. The PC version is compatible with NVIDIA 3D VISION for the ultimate underwater experience and can be controlled using the Razer Hydra controller. Enjoy and stay tuned for our Performance Analysis!
Biart Studios have also announced that Deep Black: Reloaded is locked and loaded and now available through digital download platforms. Featuring 40 single player missions across land and water, Deep Black: Reloaded is set in a desolate near future of global terrorism and espionage as players become involved in a desperate fight for world supremacy and the capture of a sophisticated biological weapon.
Konstantin Popov, CEO of Biart said:
“Our vision for Deep Black Reloaded, was a desolate near future action game that mixed a complex science fiction narrative with bio-terror” said , “After over three long years in the making, self-funded in the spirit of indie through the Biart team, we are pleased to announce the availability of Deep Black: Reloaded and to build the universe for future iterations.”
Set in 2047, in a world where global mega corporations have taken over governments and companies fight it out in a battle for dwindling resources. Syrus Pierce is a retired operative of the mercenary group CHARON (Chief Amphibious Reconnaissance Operational Network). Now, years after his retirement, Pierce is contacted by his commanding officer, General Jack Sterling, who informs him that members of a research team have been taken hostage off the western coast of South America by the Al-Azrad terrorist network.
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