Dual Gear by Orbital Speed Studio has been in development for some time, but the small indie team hasn’t come this far just to die in darkness, or wallow in radio silence. Thankfully, a new December update reveals progress made on the game regarding transport carriers and WIP designs.
If you have no clue as to what Dual Gear is or Orbital Speed Studio, well the former happens to be a turn-based mecha game that is heavy on mecha customization. The latter is the publisher and developer over Dual Gear, and is a small indie team based in Bangkok, Thailand.
The game is looking pretty interesting according to the old closed alpha WIP videos. Sadly, though, no new videos showing Dual Gear in action have surfaced yet, but I’m sure 2018 will hold more gameplay videos of the turn-based mecha title.
With that said, you can freshen up on what Dual Gear has to offer thanks to the older videos by DUAL GEAR GAME, which sit right here for your viewing pleasure.
As for the December update, Orbital Speed Studio shipped mecha fans new screenshots showing two different ways allied and opposing forces will enter and exit a battle.
The first transport carrier looks like an RV that opens up and releases a Gear or two onto the battlefield. As for the second transport carrier, it flies in and drops a Gear off. We can see both carriers pictured in the tweet filled with three images of the two crafts.
— DUAL GEAR (@DUALGEARGAME) December 10, 2017
Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, Dual Gear is currently in development as we speak. Set to release in 2018, the mecha game will feature a full story campaign containing 30 missions, a skirmish and simulation mode, over 60 weapon types, and multiple sub-missions to take up.
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