P.A.M.E.L.A is an upcoming Sci-Fi, adventure-horror game that sees a Sleeper (the player) being awaken in a fallen utopia. Although there are some trailers for the game out now, the developers published their 70th Dev Blog that reinforces the game’s February launch with an announcement for the upcoming new trailer and additional details on the game.
After the devs, NVYVE Studios, took somewhat of a break from their game P.A.M.E.L.A a while back, they finally came back to the game and started squashing lots of bugs.
Ever since January 6th the team has split up into two teams, one tackling bugs while the other covers features. To be honest I’m not sure how this game will turn out on release seeing how the game seems to be loaded with a lot of bugs, but hopefully it will turn out solid when its Early Access comes out sometime this month — assuming it doesn’t get delayed.
Speaking of P.A.M.E.L.A‘s release the developers will detail more regarding the launch date, which is set for “Feb, 2017”. Joining the release is a new trailer that is in the works as we speak, so it’ll be interesting to see what the game looks like after all of the bugs are squashed and new features are implemented.
If you curious about the announcement and what developer Patrick Walsh had to say about the upcoming game, you can read part of the Dev Blog below.
“We know you guys have been eagerly awaiting any news, details or new media from us and especially a release date for the game. And the good news is that we will be both releasing a new trailer and further details of the release date very, very soon! It’s been a long wait for us too and we can’t wait to show you all what we’ve been working so hard on. Trust us when we say we wish we could have released the game already, and you could be playing instead of reading this update!”
The trailer and additional details on the game are set to come out “very, soon”. Later this month the game itself is set to come out on Steam Early Access — which only has a week before this month ends as of this writing — so gamers can look forward to playing the game sometime next week, hopefully.
You can read the full Dev Blog post over on pamelagame.com.
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