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Like stepping into graphic novel

30.06.2020 17:00
A Polish computer game that blends action adventure with the experience of being inside a graphic novel is set to be released for PC next month.

The game is called “Liberated” and has been created by independent Warsaw game studio Atomic Wolf.

It features hand-drawn interactive art stylized in the manner of graphic novels. The game is intended to make players feel as if they are inside such a novel, according to public broadcaster Polish Radio.

The storyline is an Orwellian vision of a dystopian future in which democracy slips into authoritarianism, and every citizen is subject to full control by the state.

A version of the game for the Nintendo Switch platform premiered on June 2. It is due to premiere on PC in July.


Source: Polish Radio