Demo released for sci-fi horror first-person survival game, Shadows of Kepler

Infinite Hole has released a demo for its upcoming sci-fi horror first-person survival game, Shadows of Kepler. Shadows of Kepler promises to contain RPG elements to bring a unique game style in first person.

Furthermore, the game promises to feature butterfly effects. As such, player choice will be important in this game. When players choose one option, the game will “put” them in one specific direction.

Game Designer Rodrigo Banzato said:

“We worked for 2 years in our free time to make this. A 30 min playable demo, it’s a sci-fi horror title, a survival horror game. Our idea is always to learn and improve and make this an incredible game experience for you. Take your time to play the demo and remember that is is just a demo and don’t represent the final quality of the product”.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • A beautiful, hostile world – discover the dangers of the planet Kepler
  • Deadly combat and stealth – customise your arsenal of weaponry, and engage human and mutant foes in thrilling tactical combat
  • Your choices determine how you will survive in the journey; your decisions have consequence in the storyline that offers massive re-playability
  • The different place areas let you see a little of everything in this journey, using your space suit, try to help the humans and survive in this terrifying place

Shadows of Kepler targets a February 2021 release, and you can download its demo from here. There is also a Kickstarter campaign for it.

Enjoy!

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