A new trailer for Gamedec highlights how players can branch the game’s narrative. It turns out there are a lot of ways to do so.
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Anshar Studios revealed a PC release date for Gamedec. In addition, a new demo is now available for the cyberpunk RPG.
Another game has been pushed back into 2021. Anshar Studios’ Gamedec will now debut next year.
Gamedec is the latest title to follow the footsteps of other recent successful RPG/adventure hybrids. The PAX Online demo shows some glimpses of the world, and teases the beginning of an investigation.
Anshar Studios revealed that its cyberpunk detective RPG is coming to Switch next year. The developer also hosted a couple of livestreams as part of Gamescom 2020.
A new developer diary video sheds light on Gamedec’s branching narrative structure, altering players’ investigations without causing them to fail outright. The game is expected to be released later this year.
RPGamer’s ad hoc Kickstarter Check-In feature returns for a look at two ongoing crowdfunding campaigns. This edition features Anshar Studios’ Gamedec and Zerouno Games’ Holmgang: Memories of the Forgotten.
In a game where logging into virtual worlds to solve crimes is a part of everyday life, some unique locations are to be expected. A new dev diary explores the world of Harvest Time, a Wild West farming sim within the game.
Anshar Studios has released a dev diary video for its cyberpunk RPG Gamedec. The video features executive producer Łukasz Hacura and Gamedec book series author Marcin Przybyłek, who talk about the setting of Low City.
Even in a virtual reality space, there are crimes and cases for a private detective to solve. Anna Marie Privitere delves into the digital underground within GameDec at PAX West.
Gamedec is an upcoming cyberpunk RPG set in the 22nd century. Players control a private detective, hired to solve crimes taking place in virtual worlds.