First-person time manipulation puzzle game The Entropy Centre will launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on November 3, publisher Playstack and developer Stubby Games announced. A demo is now available for PC via Steam.
“It’s hard to put in words just how dizzying and exciting this journey has been,” Stubby Games founder Daniel Stubbington said in a press release. “Only two years ago The Entropy Centre was merely an idea that danced through my head while I tried to sleep, and now here we are just five weeks away from the game’s official release across PC and consoles. I cannot thank fans enough for their support, and I’m delighted to see the game’s demo go live so they can get an early free taste of the game for themselves.”
Here is an overview of the game, via Playstack:
Deviously challenging with razor-sharp wit, The Entropy Centre is a time manipulation game built around a unique puzzle mechanic that allows players to think in reverse and overcome seemingly impossible obstacles.
Players join the game’s protagonist, Aria, as she awakens inside the bowels of a colossal space station—The Entropy Centre—in near-orbit of Earth. Two immediate problems face her: Earth has been set ablaze from an extinction-level event, and The Entropy Centre itself appears abandoned and on the brink of imminent collapse.
With the aid of ASTRA—a talking gun capable of moving objects backwards in time—Aria can restore the facility’s collapsed bridges, reassemble destroyed pathways, and overcome ingeniously complex puzzles to progress to the core of The Entropy Centre in the hope of surviving this seemingly doomed space station and, somehow, finding a way home.
The truth behind The Entropy Centre’s imminent collapse, and the Earth’s demise, can be found at the heart of this sprawling facility. But will Aria accept the unfortunate truth that awaits her?
Watch a new trailer below.