Ruiner Anime Inspired Shooter Game Announced by Devolver Digital
Devolver Digital has unveiled the first draft of the studio Reikon Games, formed by former developers of CD Projekt RED and Techland. Baptized as Ruiner, this title is a shooter in isometric view, the first trailer and images were posted online.
The Devolver Digital label has recently announced the next game ready to follow: Ruiner. The game is developed by the young studio Reikon Games, formed by former developers of CD Projekt RED and Techland, a sign of expertise.
Concretely, the title is a shooter in isometric view, which is based on strong cyberpunk atmosphere. For proof, just watch the trailer below, highlighting action that is placed in 2091 in the city of Rengkok.
In this context, a psychopath is unleashed against the corrupt system and to recover his brother who has been kidnapped. The technology is relatively advanced, and it will be discussed to use tools plus increased gun to dismantle the domination of the enterprise Heaven.
Although for now, developers have not announced anything about the history of the title, the team still remains experienced and many people are already looking forward to the final output of Ruiner, developed by the industry veterans.
Ruin is scheduled to land on PC (Windows and GNU/Linux) and Mac in 2016, with no further details given at this time.