Oddworld: Soulstorm is the following game in the Oddworld arrangement. The game is turning out to be in 2020. In any case, we got the first look to take a gander at the game a work in progress at Oddworld Inhabitants in Emeryville, California.
Oddworld Inhabitants has been recounting to the intuitive story of Abe for over two decades. Furthermore, presently it has flaunted the first look at the ongoing interaction for the spin-off of 2014’s Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty.
After that game came out, fans were amped up for a revamping of another “quintology.” The following in the series was Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus. Be that as it may, that continuation was somewhat of a surge work, as it was requested to come out on a quick cutoff time by the distributor at that point, GT Interactive. Lorne Lanning, a boss inventive executive at Oddworld, needed to conclude whether to make something that aficionados of the first spin-off preferred or not.
Oddworld has offered in excess of 15 million games to date, and New ‘n’ Tasty sold more than 3.5 million duplicates in the course of recent years. That gave Lanning a greater spending plan to work. He chose to satisfy fans, yet additionally face a challenge by redoing the continuation in the manner it was initially intended to be.
Soulstorm comes out as second in Pentalogy that appears in the Oddworld universe, where Abe, a resigned slave among the Mudokon.
Lanning flaunted a trailer of what the game will resemble and its story at Unity’s occasion at the Game Developers Conference.
The new trailer flaunts the interactivity, which is as yet dependent on a side-looking over platformer like the first title. However, as should be obvious in the trailer, the viewpoint is increasingly similar to “2.9D,” as Lanning calls it.
You control Abe, and you get supporters who can assist you with different errands. They go along with you in a sort of chain. Be that as it may, you can likewise observe 3D perspectives in the closer view and the foundation.