Quantum Replica is an action stealth game that is coming to the PC in Q1 2017

1C Company has announced that it will be publishing Quantum Replica. Quantum Replica is a mix of fast-paced stealth and metroidvania action, developed by ON3D Studios, that is scheduled for release in Q1 2017 for PC (Windows, Linux, Mac) via Steam and other online stores.

In Quantum Replica you are an intruder – an unknown, unregistered entity who has somehow managed to enter the cyberpunk heart of this sprawling megacity. But with no memory of your past or your future goals, and immediately made Most Wanted by its security forces, your urge to explore the city in search of answers will be far from easy. As such, you’ll use your ability to manipulate time to hide and stealthily explore a sealed-off cyberpunk metropolis.

Jaime Castilla of ON3D Studios, said:

“Working on Quantum Replica is a challenge, because our game location and atmosphere were inspired by some of the great works of movie and gaming history. We’re crafting a specific feel for the game while injecting new ideas into it, mainly into the gameplay mechanics. Seeing the two come together is very rewarding.”

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Fast-paced stealth action gameplay
  • Metroidvania – exploration with many secrets to discover
  • Vast cyberpunk city with 5 distinct zones
  • Learn fascinating  time-manipulating abilities by defeating powerful bosses

Enjoy the following screenshots!

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Quantum Replica Announcement Trailer

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