Developer Ion Lands is going back to the neon-drenched streets of its beautiful Blade Runner-esque shipment thriller Cloudpunk in a brand-new “sequel-sized” DLC, City of Ghosts.
City of Ghosts presents a 2nd, completely voiced project that functions as a direct follow up to the the primary video game, as soon as again following
lead character Rania as she zips around the striking open-world city of Nivalis in her reliable flying HOVA. Canine buddy Camus is likewise along for the trip, however this time Rani is signed up with by a 2nd hero – deadbeat bettor Hayse – with gamers changing in between the set’s interlinking stories as City of Ghosts unfolds.
“As Rania draws in the unwanted attention of the huge shipment corporation Curzona,” describes Ion Lands, “she should likewise avert a secret society of AI worshipping zealots. Her night gets back at worse when the Debt Corps lastly track her down, and Rania discovers herself attempting to outrun her past along with a bloodthirsty, chimeric cyborg. Meanwhile, inebriated bettor Hayse attempts to clear his financial obligation prior to early morning, however with a hunger for self-destruction and a bumbling CorpSec android for business, the chances aren’t in his favour.”
Alongside the brand-new project, stated to be “darker, tenser, more complicated” than the initial – along with longer – City of Ghosts assures brand-new locations to check out, brand-new characters and secrets, HOVA customisation, street racing, and various endings depending upon gamer options.
City of Ghosts is set to launch on PC “quickly” (there’s no word yet on whether it’ll be making its method to consoles), and to commemorate today’s statement, there’s 40% off Cloudpunk on Steam, bringing the rate to £10.19.
Ion Lands has actually continued to broaden and fine-tune Cloudpunk because its launch in 2015, including the similarity a first-person mode and, more just recently, a enormously welcome cockpit view, making it possible for gamers to take in Nivalis’ beautiful sights from behind the wheel of their HOVA.