Mecha fans looking to play a game resembling Virtual On will be able to find similar experiences in Indigo Gaming or Indigo Entertainment’s Garrison: Archangel. The mecha game is set to release for PC via Steam Early Access sometime in 2018.
A year ago, indie team Indigo Entertainment released both a Steam Greenlight entry and a playable Alpha demo for its mecha game Garrison: Archangel. In addition to this, the game easily passed Steam Greenlight and is now on its way to ship to Steam Early Access this year.
The mecha fighting game is all about battling and customization, this is reiterated constantly in both text and video forms throughout the indie project’s promotional pieces.
On the topic of promotional pieces, the official description lies below.
“Garrison: Archangel is a fast-paced, customizable, mecha fighting game designed for one-on-one and multiplayer team battles coming soon for Early Access on Steam!”
The game sees these flexible robots named Archangels wielding a huge arsenal of weapons, which each one has a unique feature that alters gameplay mechanics. Each handcrafted weapon is said by the devs to allow players to play the way they want, whether it’s getting up close and personal with swords or blasting opponents with rockets.
The latest 2018 Garrison: Archangel trailer shows the above and then some, which runs close to two minutes in length. You can check the video out courtesy of Indigo Gaming‘s YouTube channel.
No set date has been provided by the indie team. The only date and time that we have regarding Garrison: Archangel is that it will drop sometime in 2018.
If you want to learn more about this game and what’s to come in the future, you can head on over to indigogaming.itch.io. The given link of said website offers a playable demo of Garrison: Archangel and details other aspects of the arena mecha game.