The Uncertain: Light at the End adds PS4, Xbox One, and Switch versions; PC demo available from June 16 to 22

An adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic, future Earth.

The Uncertain: Light at the End

META Publishing and developer New Game Order will release The Uncertain: Light at the End, an adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic, future Earth, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch following its PC launch via Steam in 2020, the companies announced.

A demo will be available from today until June 22 for PC via Steam as part of the Steam Game Festival: Summer Edition.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

You are afraid. You are forced to hide. Those who served you till recently have suddenly turned against you. Now they hunt you. They’ve kidnapped your friends and family. You have no idea where they are or what’s become of them. There is nothing you can do about it. Your only option is to hide, surviving with no hope, not understanding what’s going on around you. You are an outcast, an outlaw, because you are human.

Humankind has disappeared. Robots rule the Earth now. In The Uncertain: Last Quiet Day, we saw an inventor robot named RT join a small group of like-minded machines trying to help the few surviving humans.

The protagonist of Light At The End is one of these survivors—a girl named Emily. Help Emily discover the real reason behind humanity’s disappearance. Was it an AI gone rogue or something else altogether?

Key Features

  • Embark on a third-person sci-fi adventure in a world dominated by robots.
  • Learn about the past and present world by interacting with it.
  • Solve unique puzzles.
  • Make plot-driving decisions.
  • Enjoy beautiful locations and mood-setting music.

Watch a trailer below.

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