Soulstorm is a remake of an existing theme.
Powered by the 1998 sequel of Oddworld Abe’s Exoddus, Soulstorm plans to do far more than escape from the same levels and characters. The Soulstorm hype train has well and truly left the station by splattering fans with new screenshots.
Occurring immediately after the New ‘N’ Tasty events, Soulstorm will adopt the lovable Abe and his abnormal Mudokon friend’s race once more. Rupture Farms exists in ruin, and the evil gluons have been vanquished, now all that’s abandoned is to find a good home for Abe and friends.
Along with 300 recently released Mudokons, Abe soon discovers himself with no food, water, or shelter. Stuck in a bustling desert, in a weird new drink known as Soulstorm Brew, they will soon discover solace. They launch little of this drink is made from their own people’s bones.
It sounds extremely scary. There was a bigger, darker, and more frightening story we never managed to write, describes Lorne Lanning, the series writer.
Soulstorm offers us the ability to fill out some meat on the bones of an existing base, but retell the fable from a very specific perspective. Many fans were sad New ‘N’ Tasty missing the atmosphere of the existing games, and it seems that Soulstorm will compensate for that.
Soulstorm release date
Oddworld Inhabitants have a release window yet to be verified. Platforms are not announced yet, but we are hoping PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch will be involved.
We have yet to see any Soulstorm gameplay footage in motion, and Oddworld. Inhabitants have not explained how it would improve on the New ‘N’ Tasty formula.
The regular mix of level design, stealth, and enemy exploitation, but with a deeper, more dangerous twist, will probably come back. All things considered, since Oddworld’s founding 20 years ago, the core mechanics would have remained untouched. With a piece of certain luck, Soulstorm’s something fresh, interesting, and unstable will bring new life into its archaic roots.