Sushee has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Fear Effect Sedna. Contrary to the old Fear Effect title that was released in Playstation, this one will be a real-time tactical action game.
Here are the game’s key features:
- New environments in isometric view: Explore the deep caves of Greenland, abandoned scientific complexes, underwater stations and ethereal realms based on Inuit mythology.
- A real-time tactical action game: Exploit your heroes special abilities, and combine them to maximize your team’s effectiveness in attacks.
- A deep and mature story: Learn more about Fear Effect’s iconic characters’ past as they delve into this new mystery.
- Explore a whole new culture: Myths from the Inuit people are imbued with power of the elements and the cold sea. Meet and fight unexpected creatures from the spirit realm!
Fear Effect Sedna takes place four years after the events in Fear Effect 1, will let players explore the past of some of the characters, and will give players the opportunity to go up against new forces.
As Sushee said about this new project:
“Last year Square Enix – through their indie-friendly platform Collective – decided to give the opportunity to developers to bring back this incredible franchise and add their own twist.
Fear Effect Sedna expresses our vision of the game, updated for our times, while respecting the work of the original team and the special atmosphere that made Fear Effect great. We’re working on keeping the best of the two previous games, but also making it our own by adding new ideas and contemporary design..”
The team aims to raise €100K in the next 31 days, so it will be interesting to see whether Fear Effect fans will embrace this new direction.
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