Seven: The Days Long Gone Receives Its First Trailer Showing Gameplay

Running on the Unreal Engine 4, publisher 1MGN.PRO and developer Fool’s Theory have unleashed the first trailer for their isometric parkour spy game under the name Seven: The Days Long Gone. The first trailer showing actual gameplay and other features, arrives from PAX East while the game was showcased at the event.

This has been a long time coming, as I’ve been following the indie game ever since a handful of developers at CD Projekt RED left the Witcher 3′s team to go make Seven; the day finally arrived and actual gameplay footage from the devs revealed some in-game content.

If you want to see the latest trailer showcasing what players can expect from developer Fool’s Theory’s lone traveler game, you can view the video courtesy of 1MGN.PRO.

Seven: The Days Long Gone – Reveal Trailer

Uploaded by IMGN.PRO on 2016-04-22.

First starting off as concept art and with weekly updates pertaining to the project, the once small team that would be known as Fool’s Theory now has an operating and functioning spy/parkour game.

This was obviously featured at PAX East, and had a new trailer to show off some of the in-game features. However, if you don’t know what Seven is and what the devs aim for it to be, the best way to sum it up is a futuristic cyberpunk game set in an apocalyptic world. The character that players will assume is Teriel (a master thief on the island of Peh) who is flexible enough to perform parkour moves in a 3D top down-isometric world.

Sneaking will be essential in this game, which should be followed up with quick take-downs if you are planning on making enemies, as the description reads below.

“Seven is a Thief-inspired, 3D isometric RPG, in which you take on the role of a lone traveler. You’re going to explore a nonlinear, sandbox world.”

 

“The quests take place in a ‘beyond post-apocalyptic’ environment created by the minds behind The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. You can expect difficult moral choices with unforeseen consequences. More to come soon.”

If you want to learn more about the PC game and the developers, as well as the progress for Seven, you can hit up seven-game.com, where they often update the site with fresh news about the upcoming features.

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