Ever wanted to explore a post-apocalyptic underwater world whilst taking in some breathtaking visuals? Earth Atlantis will let you do just that.

Announced today by Headup Games and Pixel Perfex for both Xbox One and PS4, Earth Atlantis is an action packed shooter which delivers a stunning visual style amid the madness of an underwater post apocalyptic world.

See, when a climate shift hits Earth and begins the downfall of civilisation as we know it, there is only one thing to do – head under the ocean’s waves.

Coming in Q2 of 2018, the unique visuals of Earth Atlantis deliver the style of old sketches, reminiscing a time where sea exploration commenced, with it believed to be inhabited by fantastic and dangerous creatures – and once again this wonderful world has to be discovered.

Running as a side-scrolling shooter with an original “Monster-Hunting” gameplay, you’ll have the opportunity to search and hunt down dreadful sea monsters, and unlock multiple ships with special weapons and abilities for your journey and become a legendary hunter!

With you taking charge of one of four submarines, each which come with different advantages and weaponry, it’ll be left to you to hunt down strange creatures and huge bosses in an intense retro style side-scrolling shooter, as you try to rediscover humankind’s sunken world.

Features include:

  • Original side-scrolling shooter with a monster-hunting objective
  • Unique “Old Sketching” visual style
  • Two game modes: Quest mode, Hunter mode
  • 4 Playable ships with unique weapons
  • 25 large monsters and 4 enemy ships to hunt with 12 special events to complete

After winning a couple of awards over the last few years – “Vermilion Gate” Award (Best in Show) during the 5th BitSummit 2017 in Kyoto, and the “Excellence in Art” Award during BIC Festival 2016 in Busan – Earth Atlantis should surely be something to stick on your radar.

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