Skybound Games and Ancient Machine Studios just dropped the news on their first ever demo for Vice NDRCVR being publicly available.
This is in conjunction with Steam Next Fest October 2022, a seven day celebration of upcoming games.
The game is set in the secretive and deadly world of Miami’s drug cartels from the 1980s where players assume the role of an undercover operative stationed in an alternative 1980s Miami. It’s as intense as real 80s Miami, with brutal and oppressive crime cartels lording over the city with drugs and weapons.
Players will make use of an early version of the world wide web that the crime lords have exploited for their own benefit. With it, you’re tasked to infiltrate the cartel’s computer system deep within the organization’s building and make life-or-death decisions that impact the course of the game’s plot.
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“VICE NDRCVR represents everything we love about 1980’s pop culture, from the neon aesthetic, synth soundtracks, and homages to classic crime cinema and TV. We’re doing it with a twist and a healthy dose of paranoia; it’s an alternative Miami in the ‘80s, where technology existed much earlier than reality. How would a narco-war under these conditions unfold?” says Cos Lazouras, co-founder of Ancient Machine Studios.
Download the Vice NDRCVR is coming soon to PC. Check out the demo on Steam here.