Action-RPG Indivisible Launches This Fall, Gets New Trailer

Indivisible is set to arrive this October.

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Now Playing: Indivisible Gameplay: A Skullgirls Take On Action-RPGs

After bursting onto the scene in July 2015 and having a free demo for a few years, Lab Zero Games' Indivisible has finally nailed down a release date for this year. The forthcoming action-RPG/platformer hybrid is set to launch on October 8 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Along with the release date announcement came a new trailer that highlights Indivisible's hand-drawn and animated art style as the trailer jumps between gorgeously-rendered cutscenes and vibrant gameplay environments. Despite the rest of the consoles getting definitive release dates, the Nintendo Switch version is said to be "coming soon." Check out the announcement trailer below.

Indivisible is available to pre-order now on PC, with console pre-orders "coming soon." Pre-ordering on Steam nets you the "Follow me, Roti!" bonus, allowing the protagonist's pet tapir, Roti, to follow you around during your treacherous adventure to challenge the darkness and harness the cosmos. You'll also receive character skins based on popular Valve games like Half-Life, Portal and Team Fortress 2. Lastly, pre-ordering Indivisible on Steam gives you a Portal Companion Cube.

Developed by Skullgirls creator Lab Zero Games (the core team from the now-defunct Reverge Labs), Indivisible follows Ajna as her life becomes chaotic when her home is attacked and a mysterious power awakens within her. After checking out a hands-on demo of Indivisible earlier this year, we said, "What we've seen already is a promising start, blending genres in a new way that makes the marriage of fighting and RPG elements feel natural."

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