An RPG Inspired by the first Fallout: Encased Dates its Launch on PC [VIDEO]

Encased, the isometric science fiction role-playing video game hits stores under the Primer Matter label.


Prime Matter and Dark Crystal Games confirm this coming September 7 as the release date of Encased: A Sci-Fi Post-Apocalyptic RPG, a game isometric role and science fiction inspired by the first Fallout, Divinity: Original Sin, Baldur’s Gate, etc that can be enjoyed on PC through Steam.

In fact, the adventure is currently available in the early access service of the Valve store, where its managers define it as an isometric RPG set in a dystopian environment that will allow you to fight with enemies, explore the hostile wastelands, level up your character and join one of the groups that reign in this world and that survived the Incident, away from the rest of the world.

Encased sets its action in an alternate 1976 where players have to explore the hostile area of The Dome, located in a sealed desert wasteland full of astonishing technology but also deadly enemies. Its plot approach recognizes inspiration in books such as Roadside Picnic, as well as some classic post-apocalyptic role-playing games, “creating a unique family environment that will appeal to fans of role-playing games and survival games alike.”

If you want to know more about Encased, you can enjoy the new images shared by those responsible, or consult this advance by Carlos Gallego where he explains why Encased can be one of the best RPGs of 2021.

Encased is one of the first video games from Koch Media’s Prime Matter label, released a few months ago just in time for E3 2021.

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