ANNO: Mutantionem joins PlayStation China Hero Project lineup

The 2D-3D action RPG.

ANNO Mutantionem

ANNO: Mutantionem, the ThinkingStars-developed action RPG that first debuted at Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai’s ChinaJoy 2018 press conference, has joined the PlayStation China Hero Project lineup as part of the initiative’s second wave of titles, the company announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via

The developers of ANNO: Mutationem are made up of various veterans and youngsters alike full of enthusiasm in the console game development field. With its combination of pixel art style and cyberpunk elements, hardcore action game lovers will strike up the world of ANNO: Mutationem.

ANNO: Mutationem is set in a future metropolis following a catastrophe. The famous open-source work series “SCP Foundation” is also incorporated into the world of ANNO: Mutationem, combining the creative ideas of authors from all over the world.

After the release of the initial concept video of ANNO: Mutationem, the project quickly gained much attention and support from a large number of players. And constant communication and interaction with the players is also a standard practice of the ANNO: Mutationem team in their development procedure.

From the abandoned ruins of a former giant city to the bustling streets of the metropolis, the developers of ANNO: Mutationem hope to provide a refreshing combat experience and rich exploration in the game world.

Watch the latest trailer below. View the latest screenshots at the gallery.

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