Resolutiion: New Zeldaesque Experience Announced by Deck13 and Monolith of Minds
Of course the Empire would send their deadliest killer. Of course the revolution would be called an act of terror. Of course the chances always have been minimal. Will this be the end or the beginning of a new world, a new dawn? Only time will tell if that gruesome creature will be playing with them or will be played by them. And if you can save your reality from shattering into chaos.
Deck13 Spotlight, the publishing Label of Deck13 Interactive and developer Monolith of Minds, a team of two angry (and magnificently handsome) brothers today announce a brand-new game called “Resolutiion”. Proudly standing out as an action adventure, it is a reminiscence, a true homage to the classics of the SNES era. Grown up with these, four years ago the brothers started working on their first born.
First revealed tonight at the Golden Joystick Awards, “Resolutiion” is set to release in 2020 on PC and Consoles. Players will slip into the role of Valor, an old killer escorting a curious AI to infiltrate a terrorist network. They will find themselves in a grim dark cyberpunk world where nothing and everything can be real and where they will need to crush a revolt against the dystopian paradise the world has become.
“Our goal is to combine the fun we had in our childhood with a multi layered story which hopefully will make the players thoughtful”, says Richard Beyer, one of the two brothers. “And surprise them with an artistic expedition through a futuristic nightmare”, adds his Brother Günther.
- Explore a grim cyberpunk world where nothing is as it seems
- Experience a dark story where you might be the hero – or the villian
- Unlock new abilities to defeat your enemies
- Survive in brutal fights and crush gruesome bosses
- Play or be played
For more video material, screenshots and more information about “Resolutiion”, please visit the official website on resolutiion.monolithofminds.
Resolutiion is powered by Godot Engine and will be available on PC, Mac, Linux and consoles in 2020. It is developed exclusively with open source software.