Namco Bandai revealed today that the PC version of Inversion will come out on July 28th. Inversion promises to combine strong third-person shooting and cover mechanics with powerful gravitational effects that make the battlefield a dynamically-shifting environment and has already been released on consoles across North America. The European console version of Inversion has also been delayed and is now slated for a July 13th release.
In Inversion, players take on the role of Davis Russel, a young police officer, father and husband who finds himself thrust into a vicious war when society is overrun by an unknown enemy utilizing advanced weaponry that manipulates gravity to create bursts of low-gravity to levitate objects, or high-gravity to push objects and enemies to the ground. With his daughter missing, Davis must work together with his partner Leo Delgado to take command of this advanced gravitational weaponry to save the world.
In addition to the complete single-player campaign, Inversion features a comprehensive set of multiplayer modes, including gravity-defying maps and modes for up to 12 players online, as well as a full 2-player cooperative mode.
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