AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind hardcore action puzzle will release on Windows PC, but due to get support for Linux. Thanks to indie game developer and publisher Corecell Technology. Due to release tomorrow on Steam.
AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind on and AeternoBlade I will be released, September 8th. The AeternoBlade is a fast pace time control action and puzzle side scrolling platformer. The games also feature world exploration and RPG elements. Due to launch on Windows PC. But it looks like the game is due to get support for Linux.
We use Unreal Engine 4. I think we can do Linux version in the future should not be a problem.
So this is indeed positive news. But due note, this will be Corecell Technology’s first Linux port. So do not expect a day one release. The games due to get support for AeternoBlade II. Which is good news, since Unreal Engine 4 platformers typically have responsive controls on Linux. But there is no release time frame yet.
AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind Trailer
Gameplay is a hardcore action puzzle game. The gameplay challenges you to reclaim the power of time and defy the abyss. While taking on the fast paced action puzzle platformer setting. With a ton of features you need to master like combat. Even solving tricky puzzles with quick reflexes to succeed. Get ready for hours of mastering both martial and time manipulation arts. While you work to solve mind bending puzzles. And hopefully defeat fierce hordes of enemies in AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind.
- New and improved time combat synergies.
- Revised combat move sets.
- Enhanced and alternate powers. Introduced to the three main characters.
- Revamped levels, encounters, puzzles to improve game flow.
- New areas, relics, and secrets yet to be discovered.
- Improved NPC and Monsters’ Behaviors for AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind
Plus a reveal for all six new costume DLCs.
- Sea Breeze
- Stunning Ruby
- Lemon Mimosa
- Pineapple Royale
- Summer Blossom
- Fuzzy Grizzy
AeternoBlade II: Director’s Rewind is a hardcore action puzzle game. Due to arrive on Windows PC via Steam. But also coming to Linux. It would certainly be impressive if Corecell released day one support.