Now all players can try Torment: Tides of Numenera, the role play game following the very good Planescape Torment. This time, the studio inXile Entertainment has released a new trailer of the game.
After much talk about it, Torment: Tides of Numenera continues its development within the studio inXile Entertainment. The title is currently enjoying a closed beta by players that have helped raising fund on Kickstarter, but everyone can now enjoy this RPG.
Indeed, the game is now available for early access to the download platform of Steam. It will cost 44.99 dollars to take advantage of this version in the works, but rather promising for fans of this type of play.
The prerelease version of Tides of Numenera includes for the time being only the first chapter of the story as well as a large area, the early buyers already may explore extensively. The game is almost completely in content, however, the later chapters inXile wanted to cancel but for the final releases, it says on the product page of Steam. How long the game will linger in the early access phase, is still unclear. A concrete release date for version 1.0 did not call the makers previously. It is also unclear whether the price will rise even during the final development work.
For the occasion, inXile Entertainment has released a new trailer that shows some in-game extracts, while recalling that the graphics engine is the same as the Pillars of Eternity. For now, the final version of Torment: Tides of Numenera is scheduled for 2016, without further details.