Anshar Studios has released a new developer diary and screenshots for its story-driven, cyberpunk-themed, adaptive RPG Gamedec introducing Low City, the lower part of Warsaw City where the game takes place.
While Warsaw City is not officially divided into districts, they are unofficially divided into the upper, middle, and lower parts. The inhabitants of these three areas live completely different qualities of life.
Here is Anshar Studios’ description of Low City:
Low City is a place where, even on a sunny day, it’s so dark you can’t get by without artificial lighting. It’s where apartment prices plummet, Public Transport Tubes terminate, and aurocar stops start to show up.
The lower you get, the lower the population becomes. At the very bottom, called RoU (Roof of the Undercity), you can find both deserted places and areas bustling with life.
If you stand on the lowermost walkway of Low City and look 150 meters down, you will see the mist and dust-covered ruins of Old Warsaw. That’s Undercity. Inhabited by savages who rejected civilized life and nasty creatures like poisonous bats or toxic, mutant rats. Low City is protected from those oddities by MG buoys. Whenever they detect a bat approaching or a rat climbing one of the towers, they open fire, eliminating the menace.
Temperature disparities between Low City and Mid City can cause weather anomalies like dirty rains, created by vapor condensation under the walkways of Mid City.
Low City’s biggest allure are the night clubs that are open 24-seven. If you don’t come from this polis layer and you intend to visit it, take a few words of advice.
First, watch your account. Don’t let any suspicious-looking individual, even a kid, come near you without a good reason. Second, don’t believe everything you’re told. Third, think twice before going online using local equipment: it’s all knockoffs and patched-up salvage, infusion liquids are not original, and a “cheap gamepill” can damage your metabolic pathways.
So, if you decide to use local devices or medications—do it at your own risk.
Oh, and pay some kid to watch your stuff while you’re in VR. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Watch the developer diary below. View the screenshots at the gallery.