What is life like after the Witcher?
Probably not quite the worst! Part of the team responsible for Witcher moved to the studio Fool’s Theory, and the results of their work can be seen on the trailer of a new isometric RPG called Seven: The Days Long Gone.
Trailer came to us via IGN, and this is the first opportunity to see Seven in action. As I mentioned at the beginning of the game we will be watching in an isometric view which is a nod to the players still remember Baldur’s Gate’y the first Fallout’y. But you do not have to worry about, no Seven promises to be refreshed classics tracing paper feeding on our nostalgia.
Just look at the gameplay shown. It shows as directed by the player character for nothing is without walls, railings and other obstacles, through which jumps with great ease. In places the game more like some Assassin’s Creed, and not the good old Baldur. We see even the classic “Murder in the air” and use to move over the board suspended ropes.
As for the same action we know that the game will take us to the ruined world Peh. The game is closer to us unknown man whose goal is simply to survive. Peh has been affected by a disaster on a massive scale, but the developers not yet explained exactly what happened. We know for the fact that in the world of Seven latest technology coexist with inventions straight from the Middle Ages.
And what about the creators of The Witcher? When you enter a page Fool’s Theory is there you will find the information in which the studio says that its employees are veterans of the production of AAA, including The Witcher II and III who wanted a little rest and hide somewhere in the mountains of southern Polish. You will also learn that the writer Seven is Briton Stephen Rhodes, who has worked just over a hit CD Project.
Seven: The Days Long Gone still do not have any, even an approximate release date. Enjoy it can only players on personal computers.