7th Sector Xbox One

If mysterious puzzlers are right up your alley, then the latest offering from publishers Sometimes You may be of some interest. Prepare to immerse yourself in the cyberpunk world of 7th Sector which is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

In 7th Sector you’ll solve many varied and unique puzzles as you navigate through the devices and machinery found within this atmospheric dystopian world. Along the way there are dangers to face and scattered bits of information waiting to be collected; information which uncovers the overall narrative of proceedings. Get ready to take control over several different characters throughout, each with their own abilities. Some of the choices and actions made will determine the ending too, with a total of four different endings to discover.

In order to gain a better understanding of what to expect from 7th Sector, we’d recommend giving our Let’s Play video a watch. You’ll then be able to see the kinds of puzzles needing to be overcome and the skills required to venture through the cyberpunk environments. Should that be enough to convince you to take the plunge of making the purchase, simply head on over to the Xbox Store where it’s priced at £16.74 and lay out the cash. And if you want to own it on PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch, just visit their respective digital stores instead.

Be sure to keep an eye out for our upcoming review too, as it may also help you decide either way about buying it.

Game Description:

Welcome to the 7th Sector, set in a mysterious cyberpunk world. Immerse yourself on this intricate path, solving different puzzles, facing its dangers, and collecting scattered information to discover the story of this world. Gain control over several different characters, each with their own abilities that can help you navigate the world’s devices and machinery. Some of your choices and actions will determine the ending of the game. Awards: – Best Indie Game (DevGAMM 2019) – Excellence in Visual Art (DevGAMM 2019)

Have you read this?
The friends of Ringo Ishikawa Review

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


8 − = six

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.