Bigben and the studio Appeal have released a few examples illustrating the depth of Adelpha, one of the first 3D open worlds in the history of video games, today brought up to date with the remake Outcast – Second Contact.
In Outcast – Second Contact, the action takes place on Adelpha, a vast open world to explore and the cradle of an ancient alien civilization, the Talans. This video shows a bit of the gameplay in Outcast – Second Contact and the depth of its unique world, in which exploration is at the heart of adventure. Sacred portals, called Daokas, let you travel freely to the four corners of Adelpha from the very start of the game, as you search for your crewmates and the lost terrestrial probe.
To successfully complete your mission and the hundreds of side quests, you will need to gain the trust of the local inhabitants. Talk with the people, negotiate with rich merchants, save oppressed farmers, take on dangerous predators and even undergo a mystic ritual with the great Shamaz priests of Adelpha. Each Talan has a unique history and personality.
In Outcast – Second Contact, you explore a wide variety of regions and landscapes that range from the arid plains of Motazaar to the snow-covered lands of Ranzaar. The world of Adelpha is your playground.
Outcast – Second Contact is the complete remake on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC of the cult game Outcast. The first 3D open world in the history of video games and a true pioneer of the modern action-adventure genre, the original game won over 100 awards, including adventure game of the year.
Take on the role of Cutter Slade, an elite soldier with a strong character, sent to an alien planet as Earth’s last chance. Explore an awesome world that merges science and magic, explore exotic native cities, take on formidable enemies and try to uncover the secrets of an advanced civilisation. Make the right choices in a living world that has its own ecosystem, because the fate of two universes depends on your success.
Outcast – Second Contact will be available in October on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.