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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:39pm 24/11/17 | 0 Comments
Ex-The Witcher devs, IMGN.PRO (and Fool's Theory), are hard at work on their inaugural release, Seven: The Days Long Gone -- an isometric action RPG that takes queues from Assassin's Creed, Thief and other Triple-A titles. Today they've released a new trailer showcasing the game's "sneaking" stealth system which might sound boring, but this game is full of promise and looks absolutely gorgeous, and appears to have a very open-ended player-driven gameplay system.

In SEVEN: THE DAYS LONG GONE you play as Teriel, a master thief. To be a master thief one must master the art of stealth movement, or sneaking. Learning when to avoid obstacles, traps, alarms, and armed guards is as important as learning to handle yourself when the shit hits the fan. Sneaking requires patience, strategy, and the ability to exploit your surroundings by moving vertically and horizontally, which isn’t the traditional manner commonly found in 3D Isometric RPGs. Sneaking combined with the first-ever climbing system enhances your ability to succeed!
Seven: The Days Long Gone releases on PC (Steam) on December 1 for USD$29.99. Watch the new sneaking trailer embedded below.




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