A lost colony on a distant planet.
An outpost of humanity, haunted by memories of madness and conspiracy.
A station crew no longer responding to communications.
Concerned about the safety of their investment, Human Resources Specialist, Elizabeth Woolgather is dispatched by the ‘Corporation’ to Planet Ancyra to investigate and report back. But as she quickly discovers, sometimes knowledge can be a dangerous thing.
De-Void is a meditative first-person adventure game, where the player unravels the mysterious circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a remote space colony crew. Although the crew is missing, the station and its surroundings still echo with their thoughts and emotions. With the help of a protocol unit named Wilco, Elizabeth must interpret these memories and emotions and piece together the jigsaw. As the pieces come together, a confrontation with a presence both ancient and impossibly vast becomes inevitable and unavoidable.
On the surface, De-Void is a tale of humanity lost in the depths space, but beneath the surface lies a complex psychological story of conspiracy, betrayal, and madness.
There are no easy answers on Planet Ancyra!
Key gameplay features:
• First Person Adventure Game
• A vast story-based exploration game set across highly detailed space stations, alien forests, deserts, colony settlements and military installations.
• Decipher the crews video, audio and text logs to discover and uncover a multi-layered background story.
• Investigate the world through the eyes of Wilco, an A.I cyborg, sent to help you uncover the mystery of the colony you are traversing.
• Steam Achievements, Trading Cards and Controller support.
De-Void is an interesting and very well done exploration walking sim backed by a good mysterious story that keeps you searching and exploring. The visuals and imagery are quite inspiring also. The only technical issues I've encountered so far are some audio that cuts in and out abrubtly during some scene changes. The audio is very well done and goes well with the environment! Overall, this is a polished and engaging experience if you enjoy games like Talos Principle. However, I caution people who do not enjoy to simply walk around and take in details to play this game. There is hardly any action to be had except for the exploration. Besides that, it is an excellent sci-fi adventure!
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