Mech strategy RPG Dual Gear launches in Early Access for PC on July 29; PS4, Xbox One, and Switch in 2021

A combination of 3D mech action shooting and turn-based strategy.

Dual Gear

Mech strategy RPG Dual Gear will launch in Early Access for PC via Steam on July 29, followed by PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch in 2021, publisher Corecell Technology and developer Orbital Speed Studio announced.

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


Dual Gear is a combination between 3D mech action shooting and turn-based strategy inspired by the various classical Japanese mech games, with brand new features that go beyond the traditional retro mech games. Dual Gear engages the player to pilot their mechs with the real-time action shooting while experiencing in the high pressure of tactical turn-based layers!

Key Features

  • Experience mech-based action shooting in combat mode! Control your ordering unit in real-time with multiple types of weapons! SMGs, missiles, and melee devices are available to you! Be careful! The aggressive real-time enemies are waiting to blow out your mechs every turn. Start training the test drive before the mission!
  • Manage the team with turn-based layers! Do it through the extremely high angle map called tactical view. Before selecting the chosen unit to roll out, observe your contact zone and make efficient managements in turn-based combat style!
  • The NEMOS Hangar is open! Tune-up your mechs with the maximum provision of parts and weapons! Buy, sell, and upgrade the components you want to use to build your perfect war machines! Your settings will directly affect your mech performance and pilot style. Before getting into the briefing room, don’t forget to enjoy the coloring module. Spend time a bit to showing your style on mech decoration work!
  • Story-driven with unique characters like an RPG! Gain more EXP and WXP from the story mode to unlock new skills and more levels! The first act will available at the launch of the Steam Early Access version and more will become through the Early Access updates!

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