Set to release later this year on PS5, The Invincible has been turning heads for a while now. It's a story-driven sci-fi adventure title based on the Polish novel of the same name, and it's looked really promising in all of its trailers so far.
If you've been keeping an eye on The Invincible, you'll be happy to know that ten whole minutes of raw gameplay has surfaced online. The footage itself is fairly uneventful, but there's a enticing sense of danger and tension throughout. The game's clearly trying to capture a certain kind of atmosphere, and it seems to be succeeding.
How do you think The Invincible looks? We'll no doubt be getting a release date in the relatively near future, but until then, let us know if you're taking a trip to the stars in the comments section below.
Between this, The Witcher, Stalker and Metro, it seems videogames are having a lot of success based on novels out of Eastern Europe!
Came across this last night! Looks really intriguing, can’t wait 👍
Hopefully we get a VR release as well.
This looks really interesting. There hasn’t been much info on this title so far. I hope that changes in the near future. This looks like it could be really solid.
Not really enough in the video to make any real judgement. Looks promising I guess.
Let’s gooo clunkyboots
@BeerIsAwesome Always good to see other perspectives. I personally want to see many of the Indonesian and Asian support-studios-for-hire that do so much cut-price art on Western AAA games make their own titles. Would be great to have more stories influenced by their beliefs, cultures and experiences.
Really looks like a well made game. I swear with what indie developers are able to make the future is in there hands. It definitely isn't in the AAA space. I catch myself playing less and less of these mtx filled AAA games and more time on indies nowadays.
If it was a little more photorealistic and less cartoony.
@BeerIsAwesome didn't know Stalker is based off a novel but to be honest it's not the story that made it a success.
It's caught my attention now, I shall follow its release with interest
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