Cyberpunk Adventure, Foreclosed, Is Coming To PC & Consoles In August

Indie developer Antab Studio and veteran publisher Merge Games have announced that the narrative-driven cyberpunk action-adventure title, Foreclosed, is coming to PC and Consoles this August.

Foreclosed is a narrative-driven game set in a cyberpunk world. It blends the visual aesthetic of comic books with the frantic intractability of video games to create an action-packed visual novel experience. It follows the paranoia-filled adventures of Evan Kapnos as he attempts to unravel a conspiracy taking place in the neon-soaked city. This isn’t Antab Studio’s first rodeo, as they’re experienced with indie game development. Their previous game, Gridd: Retroenhanced garnered critical acclaim, with 81% on Metacritic and an 8/10 from Nintendolife.

What Is Foreclosed?

Foreclosed is a narrative centric game that blends frantic action with interactable comic book styled cutscenes. Players will take on the role of Evan Kapnos who attempts to uncover the conspiracy behind his “identity foreclosure”. You’ll need to unlock and upgrade brain augments and modify your weapons to give you an edge in combat encounters. You can also explore an incredibly stylised neon-drenched cyberpunk city. Here’s some of what you can expect when Foreclosed launches this August:

  • Experience an action-packed cyberpunk narrative set in a heavily stylised world
  • Move seamlessly from gameplay to cutscenes thanks to the game’s lavish comic-book aesthetic
  • Modify your pistol with numerous customisation options that can be swapped and combined
  • Upgrade your brain augmentations with various abilities using an “RPG-like” skill system
Foreclosed - Gameplay
Image Credit – Antab Studio

Release Date & Price

Foreclosed is releasing on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and the Nintendo Switch this August 12th. It will cost £14.99/$19.99/€19.99 for the digital edition. The physical editions, available for PlayStation and Xbox, will cost £19.99/$24.99/€24.99 and £24.99/$29.99/€29.99 for the Nintendo Switch edition. Will you be picking this one up? Let us know down in the comments below.