Today during the Future Games Show, players got a deep dive into the upcoming Inflexion Games title, Nightingale. So gather your friends and dive into an alternate Victorian-era history, coming to the Steam Early Access program later this year.
Set in an alternate version of the Victorian era where humans discover the magic and, like we always do, begin to mess around creating portals to other worlds. Stranded beyond your world after being cut off by a collapse in the arcane network, you and others must now navigate and survive in a labyrinth of mysterious realms. Be prepared for adventure, danger, and discovery as you work together to return to your home.
Travel through forests, swamps, deserts, and jungles to find portals that will lead further into the land of Fae. Gather materials to craft the necessary tools to survive with rarer resources and schematics found deep within these lands. In addition, you have access to specialized tools to help you imbue your equipment with magical properties.
Gather, Build, and Survive Alone or Together Across Mysterious Fae Lands
While exploring these new lands, you’ll be able to build and manage an impressive estate customizing it with various styles and tilesets. Then, upgrade your estate to survive in the wilderness, create communities that can safely live off the land, and even recruit NPC workers to assist you. Team up with friends as the team at Inflexion Games plans to support co-op for up to 10 players.
Automate much of the work back home as you head out and explore the expansive realms of this mystical Gaslamp Fantasy world. Find the lost remnants of the past, investigate mysterious architecture, and scout ruins in expeditions that offer equal parts mystery and danger in the Inflexion games title Nightingale.
After checking out the deep dive into Nightingale, you can now add the Inflexion Games title to your Steam wishlist. Additionally, you can follow development progress on Nightingale’s product website. Lastly, you can learn more about the devs at Inflexion Games or any of their other projects on their development page.