It has been quite a while since we last heard about Three One Zero’s upcoming space exploration title, ADR1FT, but in a new interview published at Polygon, we get our first look at the game along with some juicy new details to share with you.
If you haven’t heard the story of Adam Orth by now, well, you’re a bit behind the times. If any of you remember the ill fated hashtag #dealwithit, you know where Orth’s drama began, ended and has now provided him the means for a revival in the form of his first game at his new studio, Three One Zero. ADR1FT is a game that Three One Zero hopes will include an emotional punch while also hoping to innovate the first person genre of exploration narrative driven titles.
ADR1FT stars an astronaut who is the only survivor of a space station that was seemingly destroyed while he slept. The game, as described by Orth, is a metaphor of sorts that coincides with how his simple online mistake left him searching for answers on how to start over and piece things back together. The game will not feature any sort of guns or aliens to fight, and will focus mostly on different types of objectives that will keep you immersed in the experience that Three One Zero is hoping to provide.
Three One Zero is looking to have ADR1FT on the PS4, Xbox One and PC sometime during 2015 as they’re currently half-way through development according to the interview on Polygon. The team is also working on a VR version of the game, but hasn’t yet decided if it will be a final platform yet.
The first screenshots of ADR1FT have also been released by Three One Zero and show the game in its actual state on the Unreal Engine 4. The previous shots of the game we were provided were actually prototype screens of the game, so take a peek below at the mysterious beauty that Three One Zero is currently crafting.
We’re working on getting in touch with Three One Zero to see if we can line up an interview with the developers to learn more about the game as it nears its completion. We’ll be sure to continue covering ADR1FT so don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date with all the latest.