Indivisible E3 2018 Trailer Revealed
505 Games and leading independent developer Lab Zero Games have announced the release of a new beta demo available to all backers of the highly anticipated fan-funded action-RPG Indivisible. Also, they released the E3 trailer for the game.
Check out the E3 trailer of Indivisible, featuring some gameplay footage:
“Backers of the massively successful Indiegogo campaign, which raised over $2.2M in funding, will be treated to new and improved battle mechanics, enemies and quests while being introduced to three new playable characters; plant-summoner Nuna, the gun-slinging Latigo and boisterous pirate queen Baozhai. The new beta demo will also provide backers with a unique opportunity to battle a newly-created “hybrid boss,” Pindayar. A first for the genre, “hybrid bosses” switch seamlessly between strategic RPG battles and action-packed platforming.
Available to all backers as a game update for Steam for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, players can access this all-new content by simply running their previously installed backer preview demo (distributed in November 2017). Additional game download codes are not required to access the updated demo.
Created by Lab Zero Games, the developers behind the million-plus selling cult-favorite fighting game Skullgirls, Indivisible spans a huge fantasy world inspired by various cultures and mythologies. A classically-influenced RPG/platformer hybrid, Indivisible tells the tale of Ajna, a good-natured tomboy with a rebellious streak. Her life is thrown into chaos when her town is attacked, awakening a mysterious power in her – the ability to absorb certain individuals into her being. She embarks on a quest to confront the warlord who destroyed her home, uniting people from faraway lands along the way, and discovering new aspects of herself and her world in the process.
Indivisible is currently in development for Nintendo Switch, Steam for Windows, Mac and Linux, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and will offer English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese and Russian-language versions.”