Publisher and developer Inbetweengames upcoming project, All Walls Must Fall, explores Germany’;s capital Berlin during an ongoing 150 year Sci-Fi conflict that focuses on time travel, reality and the Cold War. The PC game is set to release through Steam Early Access this September.
Rocking an isometric Tech-Noir tactic theme comes All Walls Must Fall. The birds-eye action shooter with hints of RPG elements sees the player navigating Germany and Berlin in a century year war, whilst trying to figure out who’s right and who’s wrong. The official description lies below for you to read over:
“All Walls Must Fall is a Tech-Noir Tactics game in Berlin 2089 where the Cold War never ended.”
That’s right, during the year 2089, the Cold War never ended; running for 150 years straight. Both sides fighting in the Cold War used time manipulation technology to observe and counter each other’s every move, in result creating a blur between either side. Now during this fragile state, a breaking point is nearing and will see the whole world in turmoil.
In addition to the above, the player is caught in the middle and must understand what’s going on, confronting agents sent back in time to stop a nuclear missile that will decimate the whole world.
The game uses a pause-able real-time system that allows a player to carefully plan decisions and use powerful time manipulation abilities. Missions can be carried out either in the shadows or in plain sight, opting for a unique playthrough with different outcomes.
The old Kickstarter trailer is up for you to look over given that the devs have yet to post the new All Walls Must Fall Steam Early Access video trailer. With that said, the older video comes in by Inbetweengames.
The PC game known as All Walls Must Fall is set to release via Steam Early Access sometime this September. Additional information regarding the isometric game can be found over on ks.allwallsmustfall.com.