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New video for tactical RPG horror game, Othercide, details its combat system

Focus Home Interactive has released the second episode of its webseries for the upcoming tactical horror game, Othercide. Episode two, “Fighting Shadows”, explains the origins of Othercide’s unique combat that has morphed the traditional turn-based system into the Dynamic Timeline System. This episode also gives a look at the many abilities of your Daughters.

In this game, players will explore a dying timeline. In addition, they will discover the secrets of the City and the Suffering bred within it. Players will lead, evolve and sacrifice their army of Daughters, echoes of the greatest warrior to ever live, in deadly battles against the Others and Suffering across battlefields brought to life by a unique artistic direction.

Combat in Othercide will be an intricate dance of spectacular actions and counters. Players can use the Dynamic Timeline System so they can plan ahead of time. They will also be able to set up impressive chains of abilities to outsmart and outdamage the enemy.

The game also promises to feature epic boss battles against the sources of Suffering. Each boss will bring their own twist to a tale told through fleeting memories solidifying to a full, tragic narrative about the Mother and how this dreaded reality came to pass.

Othercide is coming to the PC on July 28th.

Enjoy!

Othercide Webseries | Ep 2 - Fighting Shadows

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