Hindsight 20/20 Wrath of the Raakshasa Launches on PC & Consoles Sept. 9

Hindsight 20/20 Wrath of the Raakshasa, the action-RPG with morality-based decisions from the BioWare, ArenaNet, and Sucker Punch veterans at Triple-I Games, launches on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on Thursday, September 9.

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Explore the kingdom of Champaner as Jehan, a one-armed hero facing the toughest adventure of his life.

Stuck between a kingdom that executed his father and the bloodthirsty Raakshasa threatening to wipe out the town’s existence, Jehan must choose his battles wisely in Hindsight 20/20 Wrath of the Raakshasa.

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Uphold the values of Champaner by wielding a merciful stun baton to incapacitate foes or brandish a razor-sharp sword capable of cutting wide swaths through enemies and townsfolk alike. Every action has a consequence and the results can only be seen in hindsight.

Choice in Combat

Decide the fate of two kingdoms as one-armed warrior Jehan. Will you respect the values of your former home by respecting life in all forms? Or will you meet conflict with violence? Before every battle, make the conscious decision to wield a stun rod to pacify your enemies or a sword to put them down for good.

A Malleable World

The town and its inhabitants can switch between several states. You will only see a version of your world in your playthrough as both, the town and its inhabitants are affected by your choices and actions.

Interesting AI and Bosses

All NPCs treat you differently based on your choices and actions. Also, bosses in Hindsight 20/20 are relatable and have nuances in their personalities. There are shades of grey in their characters as there is no longer a border between good and evil.

Jim Smale

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