It's a long wait for Cyberpunk: 2077, the next game from CD Projekt Red, so why not play Seven: The Days Long Gone? It's a new isometric RPG made by a team who previously worked at Poland's biggest game developer on The Witcher series.
You play as master thief Teriel after a heist goes wrong on and he finds himself stuck on the prison island of Peh. Being a cunning fella, Teriel is determined to use his clandestine skills along with his sneaking capabilities to get off the island. But to make matters worse he has a daemon inside his head that tells him what to do - if he doesn't follow along, Teriel will never escape.
With that setup, Seven lets you loose in its open world, letting you figure out how to play the island's two factions - the Biomancers and the Technomagi - against each other, figuring out the agenda of every individual from slaves to rich socialites. Yes, you can manipulate the social circles on Peh to your advantage, but you should look out for the consequences.
Security checkpoints and dangerous factions are not your only worry, however, as their are monster-infested areas to be found all across Peh. There's probably no talking your way out of an encounter with them so you'll want to slink in the shadows and otherwise stay out of sight as best you can.
Sounds good, right? How would you like to win a copy of Seven: The Days Long Gone for yourself? It came out today on Steam and we have 50 keys up for grabs - you could win one if you enter the competition via the widget below.
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