Created by Timsea Studios, with publishing rights handled by those at BadLand Publishing, Adome is getting set for its final development push, ahead of launch on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. Today a brand new teaser trailer has emerged, alongside confirmation of that release window.
A first person action adventure that has quite obviously been inspired by Mirror’s Edge, Adome will deliver intense parkour gameplay mechanics to Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam this Fall. Ahead of that time, the most recent trailer will give a little tease at what we should come to expect.
In Adome you will become faced with the impossibility of reversing the effects of climate change, as humanity attempted to create the City of Light, a colossal city protected by a dome in which to ensure the survival of future generations. This city awaits the arrival of its first inhabitants, the Seeds, seven-year-old children who will be cared for and educated by humanoid-looking robots. Baptized as Instructors, they remain inactive until the time comes to perform the work for which they were built.
IB1, the instructor of Ark B1, wakes up from his lethargy when he detects the presence of his Seeds but soon discovers that the system has not worked as it should…
Adome will put us under the skin of IB1 in their desperate search for the Seeds, giving us the opportunity to thoroughly explore the City of Light and squeeze the agility of the robot to overcome all sorts of obstacles. IB1 can jump, climb and drop across stages, run up walls, shoot at enemies – anything and everything parkour, in fact, and all from a first-person perspective.
With the promise of impressive aesthetics that help service a plot that will tell us about loneliness, maturity and the importance of being in contact with nature, Adome most certainly looks to be a game that will appeal to fans of free-running. Take in the trailer below, let us know your thoughts in the comments, and hold tight for launch of Adome on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC later this year.