In a brand new trailer for his or her story-driven house sim HEVN, developer Miga have proven a typical drawback gamers must clear up whereas exploring a dilapidated mining base on the planetoid Naic. Mixing parts of survival video games with narrative heavy experiences like System Shock, HEVN has gamers balancing their survival, with fixing the thriller of this deserted mining operation.
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In a future the place local weather change and overcrowding have pressured individuals to flee Earth, protagonist Sebastian Mar is pressured to affix a harmful mining mission a number of gentle years away from residence. Not solely is the company working the mission shady, however the planetoid itself is infested with hostile life that threatens the lives of the mining crew. With his life in danger, Mar should entangle his employer’s net of deceit, whereas additionally avoiding being eaten by the native fauna discovered on Naic.
Mar just isn’t alone on his quest, as robots and the central AI working the mining outpost will assist out throughout your investigations. Even so, a lot of the bottom has been worn down by the hostile atmosphere and wildlife, which means gamers must both repair or circumvent malfunctioning tools to proceed their investigations. This means amassing any bits of expertise dotted round to construct makeshift instruments, weapons and medical tools to proceed exploring the crumbling base.
HEVN isn’t pushing the graphical envelope, nevertheless it efficiently conjures up the unsettling environment of earlier sci-fi horror video games like Alien: Isolation via its environmental design. Lights continuously flicker on and off, you’ll be able to at all times hear the unnerving rumble of distant mining tools and all the bottom’s expertise appears prefer it may malfunction at a second’s discover. It’s one to play with the lights off, that is for certain.
HEVN is at present scheduled for launch on Steam later this Spring for each Mac and PC.