Since we started releasing gaming news, there has been no a formal confirmation for Linux regarding Inner Chains. We do know that “PC release” often refers to Linux as well as Windows gaming. However, we are working on further news and a confirmation from both the developer and publisher. So this news we have today is in lew of the delayed release, plus more on the #cinematictrailer.
Since the the creators of the FPS horror adventure have created an unparalleled, biomechanical world. All running on Unreal Engine 4. And just recently revealed a cinematic trailer to follow the official gameplay. Yet now developer Telepaths’ Tree and production Orka studio prepared a new video. All showcasing how the latest cinematic trailer was created. So enjoy the impressive making of video for the game’s intro.
In Inner Chains you’re one of the inhabitants of its world. Your head is filled with the teachings of the Ruling Caste. With only one goal: getting to a mythical place called the Last Hope. Hence leaving the sick, degenerated, dying planet once and for all. So players embark on a journey full of fanatical zeal. Soon realizing that nothing is what it seems in this strange world. Therefore to discover your role in it, you’ll have to fight for survival. All while facing hostile fauna and flora, overcoming your own weaknesses. Remaining vigilant to your surroundings and exploring the secrets of the world. And your survival depends entirely on your watchfulness, logical judgment, quick reflexes and accuracy. Plus the ability to use your surroundings to your advantage.
Making of the cinematic trailer:
Inner Chains, previously planned for April 20th, now launching on May 18th, 2017 for PC and hopefully Linux. Which will be available on Steam for $19.99 / €19.99 / £17.99.
So the game is set in a surreal, dark, and deadly biomechanical world. While nothing like you have ever encountered before. You don’t get to set the rules. You are just a small part of a hostile, unwelcoming universe. So if you want to survive, the only thing you can do is to try to discover its secrets.
“We received amazing feedback from players at PAX East. It was invaluable and helped us to recognize elements of the game that, due to our hard work, would become even better. After intense discussions, we decided to use additional time to add some finishing touches,” says Tomasz Strzałkowski, CEO of Telepaths’ Tree. “The publisher gave us the opportunity. And as a team we decided that the temptation was too strong. If we can, we want to focus as much as possible on the development of our game. We want to deliver the best gaming experience for gamers.”
“As a publisher, the games we work on are always our priority. We want to deliver the best titles, and even though Inner Chains is already done. It can become even better with a little bit of additional development time. Telepaths’ Tree cares a lot about the amounts of detail they put into their work. And now they’ll be able to use a few ideas for small additions,” says Bartosz Moskała, co-founder of IMGN.PRO.
Forgotten ruins and caves in the mountains. A dangerous forest where both flora and fauna lie in wait to attack you. Plus numerous religious sites and majestic temples adapted by the Ruling Caste. There existence and goals hide many secrets – in the vast, surreal world of Inner Chains. So you’ll visit all these places and learn their unique histories. While arming yourself with the knowledge to help in your ultimate battle with the enemy.
Inner Chains Features:
- Interaction between weapons, their users, and the environment.
- An unparalleled biomechanical world where both fauna and flora lie in wait for your slightest stumble.
- Stunning surreal visual style.
- Deadly, intelligent, and challenging opponents.
- Unusual locations with their own unique stories.
- Subtle thriller elements that will fill you with fear in unusual, inventive ways.
- Thrilling action combined with an interesting, hair-raising story.
Inner Chains will be out on PC next month, May 18th. You can grab your own copy of the game on Steam for $19.99 / €19.99 / £17.99. Hopefully we’ll have more on the Linux release in gaming news soon.