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Sir, You Are Being Hunted Devs Announce New Game, The Signal from Tölva

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Yeseterday, the developers of Sir, You Are Being Hunted, Big Robot, announced new game called, The Signal From Tölva.

The Signal from Tölva is billed to be a familiar-yet-new beast for the developer of Sir, You Are Being Hunted. While it retains an exploration focus, it does seem to have a stronger combat angle rather than sneaking from hunters. This will require you to strap salvaged weapons and defense systems onto yourself to fight off resistance. Although one odd similarity is despite the change from steampunk to sci-fi, your core enemy appears to be robots. However, it’s not all bad, as you can now hack them to fight along side you. Over all, the mechanics seems to suggest it will be a familiar-yet-new game to get your teeth into.

The official website shares the story behind your alien world stumbling:

“In the distant future, star-faring robotic factions sift through the ruins of an ancient civilization. On the highlands of Tölva, beneath the shadow of abandoned war machines, they found something.

Was it the source of the signal you were so interested in? And will the trail lead to enlightenment, or something more sinister? Your allies hijack a drone and you begin the search for yourself.”

The Signal from Tölva will be hitting Mac and Windows in early 2017.

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Draugen Console News Coming August, Developer Looking Into ‘Additional Platforms’

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Developers, Red Thread Games, reassures fans that Draugen is definitely coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later in 2019 while the company explores other platforms.

Psychological thriller Draugen released on GOG.com and Steam in May, 2019 with the promise of a console port arriving later in the year. The title is set in an eerily abandoned village in Norway and follows the story of Edward Harden in search for his missing sister, Betty, accompanied only by their ward.

So far, the game has received mostly positive reviews on Steam with many of the reviews commending the stunning scenery. One common complaint, however, is down to the relatively short length with an average playthrough taking roughly three hours to complete. How this short story will translate to console gamers remains to be seen with the company even looking at “additional platforms” as well.

To put it bluntly, a Switch port of the game does seem like a smart move, as the Switch has become home for many indie developers of late with the notion of a short yet stunning game a likely hit.

Last month, OnlySP reported on a sequel that may already be in the works.

Stay tuned for a console release date and other single-player gaming news by following OnlySP on FacebookTwitter, and YouTube. Also, be sure to join the discussion in the community Discord server.

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