Third-person ‘hack and stealth’ game Evotinction announced for PS4

Made by former 2K China staff.

Evotinction

Sony Interactive Entertainment Shanghai and Spikewave Games, which is composed of former 2K China staff, have announced Evotinction, a third-person “hack and stealth” game for PlayStation 4 part of the second wave of PlayStation China Hero Project titles.

Here is an overview of the game, via PlayStation.com.cn:

Spikewave Games is a passionate game development team founded by four experienced hardcore game developers whose years of close cooperation have forged a shared vision in addition to a highly efficient team.

Evotinction is a third-person stealth game featuring unique hacking mechanics. The developers share an enormous passion for the stealth genre and wish to provide a complex and dynamic stealth experience for players. A variety of hacking skills, environmental devices, and gadgets provide rich and emergent gameplay.

Set in the near future, Evotinction aims to discuss the relationship between evolution and extinction. As technology rapidly develops, its potential threat increases. Artificial intelligence, gene editing, and quantum entanglement are just a few emerging technologies that will challenge mankind’s understanding of life and morality. This trend cannot be undone. How far will our species go with technology?

Watch the debut trailer below. View the first screenshots at the gallery. Visit the official website here.

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