Chucklefish has announced a release date for Pathway, only weeks after showcasing a hefty chunk of its gameplay. It’ll be out on Steam in a matter of days.
It hasn’t even been a month since we saw what Pathway plays like, but publisher Chucklefish is already to send it knocking. The Nazi-defeating, tomb-raiding, turn-based-combating adventure will release on 11th April, which is right this Thursday.
Pathway will launch on Steam across PC, Mac, and Linux. No other platforms or storefronts have been announced at the moment. The game will feature English, French, and German localisations. Chinese and Japanese localisations will be coming to the game at a later date.
Pricing has been confirmed for $15.99, £12.99, or €13.99.
Here’s a fresh launch trailer for the game:
Pathway is being developed by German studio Robotality, known for having developed Halfway. Despite the titles, there is no connection between the two games.
As for Pathway, here’s what you can expect from the game:
The year is 1936…
In a time of global turmoil, Nazi influence spreads inexorably across Europe and the Middle East. Rumors are abound of secret excavations and mysterious artifacts, not to mention the odd whisperings and tales of gruesome occult rituals…
It’s up to you to assemble a team of bold adventurers, and journey through the deserts, explore bunkers, and temples of Northern Africa to discover their hidden treasures and secrets before they fall into the hands of Nazi forces. You and your companions must work together to overcome overwhelming odds – the fate of the world depends on it!
For more information on the game, have a look at its official website over here.