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INDUSTRIA is a new Unreal Engine 4-powered FPS, coming to the PC in 2021

Headup Games and Bleakmill have announced a new Unreal Engine 4-powered first-person shooter, INDUSTRIA. This new FPS will be coming to the PC in 2021. Moreover, you can find below its announcement gameplay trailer.

INDUSTRIA is a first-person shooter that takes you from East Berlin into a parallel reality, shortly before the end of the Cold War. Players will have to decypher a dark past in a mysterious parallel dimension as they search for a missing work colleague.

Here are also the game’s key features.

  • Profound story. Experience a classic story-driven first-person shooter with about 4 hours of gameplay
  • Tight atmosphere. Dive into a lovingly designed world full of mystery and lynchesque surreality
  • Deadly danger. Enemies lurk around every corner – defend yourself with 4 different weapons
  • Unique setting. Berlin at the time of the fall of the wall meets a surreal industrialized city
  • Experimental soundtrack. Synthesizer, acoustic instruments and melancholic vocals

For what it’s worth, the game looks kind of interesting. From what we can see, INDUSTRIA has some elements from Half-Life and Atomic Heart. Unfortunately, though, Headup has not provided any additional details about this game. Furthermore, you should keep in mind that this is a game from a small studio. Thus, you should keep your expectations in check.

Enjoy the following trailer and stay tuned for more!

INDUSTRIA - Announcement Trailer

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