Seven: The Days Long Gone, the upcoming game being co-developed between IMGN.PRO and Fool’s Theory, has been given a release date and a new trailer to go along with the announcement. Set in a post-apocalyptic sandbox, the open-world isometric RPG will launch on December 1st of this year. It’s also got a brand new trailer focusing on the world of Seven and its “Vetrall Empire,” which you can watch below:
Seven: The Days Long Gone puts players in the shoes of a thief, with gameplay featuring a “parkour climbing system that gives you the ability of free-traversing obstacles, of any height, horizontally and vertically.” So far, the game’s developers have also revealed that we can expect “difficult moral choices with unforeseen consequences,” and a “rich variety of creatures.” The game mixes post-apocalyptic technology with magic and introduces a “diverse society that won’t always remain indifferent to your presence,” which means players may be forced to employ diplomacy instead of thieving – or just be prepared for some quick getaways. You can check out more information on the features and world of Seven on its website, here.