Open-World Utopian Survival Horror Game Gets New Gameplay Footage
Here's a new video for the intriguing-looking P.A.M.E.L.A.
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What does a utopian survival horror FPS game look like? You can now see one developer's take, as indie outfit NVYVE Studios today released a gameplay trailer for the title, P.A.M.E.L.A., showcasing the game as it currently stands in its alpha state.
Check it out below, while more details follow further down the page.
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P.A.M.E.L.A. casts players as a Sleeper, who wakes up from cryosleep on the mysterious planet of Eden. The world may look beautiful, but it is actually an "unforgiving paradise" that will showcase the "consequences of humanity's craving for technological and biological advancement." You will be challenged to survive "against all odds" by making use of "unconventional technology" available on Eden.
This video specifically showcases new environments, combat maneuvers, weapons, and some of the game's base-building mechanics. Pamela is the name of Eden's AI overseer.
Throughout the game, you will discover the events that led to the civilization's downfall, meeting up with different factions along the way, including citizens, security droids, and other robots.
"In a completely open and non-linear world, no two players' experiences will be the same as they struggle against randomly generated dangers and items," NVYVE director Adam Simonar said in a statement. "Even sanctuary behind the walls of their fortifications can only last so long, as power is finite and constantly depleting."
P.A.M.E.L.A. is due to launch for PC this summer on Steam. In addition to the trailer, you can check out some images in the gallery below.
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