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Gambitious & Sobaka reveal Redeemer

Gambitious & Sobaka reveal Redeemer

Greenlit last year, Redeemer is properly revealed today by Gambitious Digital Entertainment. The title from Sobaka Studio is a top-down action game that features brutal melee combat, stealth assassination and environmental takedown. You play as a former elite operative who lives in a remote mountain monastery. But his past eventually catches up with him and you go on a mission against the shady corporate forces you once worked for. It's powered by Unreal Engine 4 and coming this Spring on Steam and GOG.



GAMBITIOUS DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT AND DEVELOPER SOBAKA ANNOUNCE BRUTE-FORCE BRAWLER REDEEMER
– Top-down, hand-to-hand action game launching this year on Windows PC via Steam, GOG.com –

Gambitious Digital Entertainment has revealed independent developer Sobaka’s Redeemer, a top-down, close-quarters action game coming later this year to Windows PC through Steam and GOG.com.

Redeemer’s single-player story follows a former elite operative whose violent past finally catches up with him after years of living in hiding within a remote mountain monastery. Punch, kick, hammer, hack, smash and shoot through hordes of enemies on a merciless mission for justice against the shadowy corporate forces you once worked for. From hard-hitting stealth takedowns to over-the-top environmental kills, every move bursts with raw energy and visceral sound design.

For the latest updates from Redeemer, please visit http://store.steampowered.com/app/447290 or follow us on Twitter, @GambitiousInc.

Announcement Trailer
Announcement Trailer (30Mbps)

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Commented on 2017-02-16 16:11:07
Chromatic Aberration 2: Revenge of LowRez
Commented on 2017-02-19 13:41:08
...I dunno man that looks kinda rough.

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