InXile Reveals New Features For Torment: Tides Of Numenera
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Some folks might already know about Torment: Tides Of Numenera, which is currently playable on Steam Early Access. Recently publisher Techland and developer InXile have released a trailer that explores the new class Nanos. The devs also note that two more classes will join the game later down the line. As of now Torment: Tides of Numenera is out for PC via Steam Early Access, and is said to hit PS4 and Xbox One sometime in 2017.

The new class that is detailed in a recent video by Techland reveals what Nanos can do in the game. This class is all about altering reality and using advanced tech to gain an upper hand over other character classes.

Although Nanos do not hone magic, however, the class can tap into ancient, advanced Numenera technology left behind by previous civilizations. This allows for Nanos to read the minds of enemies, although the class lacks proper defensive abilities they can make up for it through sheer tactics.

The new video can be seen below, which runs for one minute and 30 seconds.

As noted a the top the devs will drop two more character classes in the next two weeks. This will bring a grand total of three new classes if we count the Nanos.

Now that the new character class and future characters’ announcement are clarified, let’s look over to what the game has to offer in general. Seeing that the game isn’t all that popular some folks reading this may want some further details regarding what Torment: Tides of Numenera has to offer. Well, you can read the official description and watch the original trailer below.

“Torment: Tides of Numenera is the thematic successor to Planescape: Torment, one of the most critically acclaimed role-playing games of all time. Immerse yourself in a single-player, isometric, story-driven RPG set in Monte Cook’s Numenera universe. What does one life matter? Find your answer.”

Torment: Tides of Numenera is out for PC via Steam Early Access, and is said to hit PS4 and Xbox One sometime in 2017. The game is supposedly to exit Steam Early Access next year, but if you want to play it now it runs for $44.99.

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