Chinese studio Digital Sky announces high-speed sci-fi action game Project DT

First trailer and gameplay demonstration.

Project DT

Digital Sky, a Chinese video game studio based in Chengdu, has announced Project DT, a high-speed science-fiction action game that incorporates mecha fighting.

The developer is currently recruiting staff to work on the project, including level planners, scenario writers, 3D scene modelers, 3D animation designers, concept designers, and Unreal Engine 4 client engineers.

Digital Sky’s past works include Dragon Ball Z and Tokyo Ghoul mobile games developed for Bandai Namco, as well as a number of mobile otome visual novels and several other mobile titles.

Watch the announcement trailer and gameplay demonstration below.

Trailer

Gameplay

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