TopWare Interactive has announced today that Scivelation, “a cinematic gameplay experience set in a dystopian future that promises both high octane action and a powerful human story”, will release for Xbox 360 in Q3 2010.
The game will take players through a series of post-apocalyptic locations using the Unreal Engine 3 as its backend. It takes place in a future run by a theocratic government as players fight to keep the world out of an apocalypse. There’s running, gunning, sneaking, and a whole lot more.
Check your local shelves Q3 2010.
Scivelation Officially Slated for Xbox 360 Release
Las Vegas, November 25th, 2009 – Scivelation is officially announced for release on the Xbox 360®video game and entertainment system from Microsoft® and is scheduled for a Q3 2010 release.
Scivelation, a cinematic gameplay experience set in a dystopian future that promises both high octane action and a powerful human story. Combining beautiful visuals rendered on the Unreal 3 Engine with an immersive plot informed by the works of Orwell, Milton and Dante, Scivelation features white-knuckled gameplay that stresses intelligent strategy while players run, gun, sneak, and drive through a diversity of post-Apocalyptic locations.
Human civilization as we know it has ended at the hands of religious zealots desperate to bring about the Apocalypse. What remains of society has been homogenized into a single culture, to be governed by the Regime – a theocratic, worldwide government intent to rob mankind of its most meaningful symbols. A scattered front of old believers, named heretics by the Regime, have resorted to violent mobilization in order to carve out a niche where they might survive unmolested, and in the midst of this turmoil are Dr. Elisha Amano, a disgruntled Regime scientist who helped develop a paradigm-shifting, post-human supervirus; and Mikhail Ivanov, a cyborg and former member of the Russian special forces who was divested of his humanity fighting in the End Times.
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