Ex-Bioshock Devs Announce New Roguelike City of Brass

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The new title from Uppercut Games is a Bioshock-inspired roguelike with influences from Arabian Nights and Indiana Jones.

Uppercut Games was founded in 2011 by Ed Orman, Andrew James and Ryan Lancaster, who have worked on games likeFallout: Tactics, Bioshock, XCOM. Its resume includes the mech brawler series EPOCH and combat-free title Submerged. Now the developer has announced its newest game, a roguelike inspired by Indiana Jones and Arabian Nights titled City of Brass.

As you can see in the trailer above, City of Brass casts you as a thief in a city filled with treasures, traps, and deadly enemies. You’ll have a whip and a scimitar at your disposal, so you can hack and slash your enemies, or trip, disarm, or swing away from them.

City of Brass is coming to Steam this fall, and to PS4 and Xbox One in 2018. You can find more information on the game over on its official website.

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