Long Gone Days is rumbling towards a final release, and it’s going to be in April 2019. Here’s a look at the unconventional-looking military RPG.
The last time we looked at Long Gone Days, it was a smol bab from 2016 with a fresh new demo and a lot to prove. Since then, developer Bura has been working hard on the game, tooling with it through its Early Access phase on Steam, and now the game is approaching release. According to a new trailer that dropped on yesterday’s Kinda Funny Games Showcase, Long Gone Days will release sometime in April 2019.
Have a look-see at the trailer below:
Here’s what the devs say about the game:
Long Gone Days is an RPG that imagines the world of war that’s coming for us, told from the perspective of civilians and deserters, with a focus on language barriers and their emotional struggles.
After being deployed to his first mission, Rourke leaves The Core’s base for the very first time, only to discover the dark truth about the operation he’s part of and the consequences of deserting an inescapable war.
- Communication is Key: As Long Gone Days is set in the real world, you’ll encounter several language barriers. Recruit interpreters in order to communicate with others.
- Keep Morale High: Choose dialogue options wisely as they impact your party members’ Morale, affecting how they perform during battles. While doing so, keep in mind every character has different personality traits and motivations.
- Sniper Mode: Long Gone Days has two battle systems. Using Rourke’s rifle, spot your enemies and take down your targets.
- No Random Encounters: Long Gone Days features front-view turn-based battles with body-targeting system, and every battle is directly related to the plot.
For more information on the game, check out its official website here.