From 10 Second Ninja X developer Four Circle Interactive comes a first-person RPG where you’ll take on the role of a thief and steal your way to fame and fortune. Published by Sold Out, Abermore has you preparing for the ultimate royal robbery; ‘taking on jobs from a ragtag crew of crooks and criminals to grow their reputation and convince the city that they’re devious enough to lead a grand heist.’
The game features a crafting system, allowing you to craft new equipment to help you do what you need to do, be it stealing or hunting down bounties. You can trade goods on the black market, discover magic tarot cards and use anything you find int he world as a weapon.
‘Ransack houses, steal new loot, form alliances, trade precious goods, seduce aristocrats, discover supernatural powers and build your notoriety in service of a single goal: to plunder the Royal Palace for all its worth.’
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Dan Pearce, Game Director at Four Circle Interactive has said “I don’t know how we’ve managed to keep Abermore a secret for as long as we have (there have been so many times when I’ve almost said something on Twitter by accident), but we’re thrilled to finally reveal what we’ve been working on today,”
He goes on to say; “In Abermore, players adopt the mantle of a legendary Robin Hood-esque figure, ’The Unhanged Man’, during the 18 days in a run-up to a daring heist. Every campaign is unique and each new day provides new stories to stumble into, spoils to sell on the Blackmarket, and potential collaborators to help you as you prepare for the ultimate score: ‘The Feast of the Lucky Few’. I hope everyone loves the city of Abermore and the stories we’ve created with some talented writers we feel very blessed to have worked with.”
Vincent Coates, Product Manager at Sold Out, has said that “We’re excited to show much more very soon.”
Abermore will be available March 29 on PC and can be added to your Steam Wishlist now. To find out more and keep up with the latest updates on Abermore, follow the game’s development on Twitter.