The Ascent feature

The Ascent releases on July 29th, gets a brand new trailer

Curve Digital announced that the highly anticipated debut title from Swedish indie studio Neon Giant, The Ascent, will release on July 29th. In order to celebrate this, the publisher released a new trailer that you can find below.

The Ascent is a solo and co-op action-shooter RPG set in a sci-fi cyberpunk world.

Arcade Berg, Creative Director and co-founder of Neon Giant, said:

“We are super excited that people will soon be able to jump into the world of The Ascent. We love making games and we do it because we want people to enjoy the experience and world we have created – so we’ve designed a game that lets all players have fun with the element of gameplay that interests them the most. Whether you’re someone who enjoys exploring every corner, loves exciting combat or gets invested in the story and lore, we’ve tried to put something in The Ascent for everyone.”

Fellow co-founder and Creative Director of the studio Tor Frick added:

“A month ago we celebrated Neon Giant’s third anniversary and we’re so happy to be launching our first title just after this milestone for our young studio. We have a very passionate and dedicated team and each person in the studio has brought something new and great to the overall experience of The Ascent, so we’re really excited to share the planet of Veles with everyone and see what people think of the world our team has created.”

Enjoy!

The Ascent | COMING JULY 29TH - PRE-PURCHASE NOW INDENTS! | Curve Digital

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