The Red Thread games debut with their new game ‘Dustborn’ is something gamers are excited about. The game is still on its development stage, but soon fans will be witnessing it on their screens. So here we have everything you need to know about Dustborn.
Dustborn Release Date: When Is It Releasing?
Although we don’t have an exact release date for the game makers are planning to release it somewhere in 2021. The game will be released on various platforms like PC, PS5, and Xbox series X in 2021.
What Is The Unique Feature Of Dustborn?
The game is talked about because of its unique feature of giving the authoritarian power to the words. Your weapon in this game is going to be your own words you speak when you want to attack. Isn’t this a fantastic feature that’s better than giving authority and power to your voice rather than buttons.
Dustborn Trailer: Is The Trailer Released Yet?
Dustborn trailer has already been released, and you can watch it on Youtube anytime. The trailer looks fantastic and vibrant at the same time. We think Dustborn is undoubtedly going to rule the gaming world.
The trailer literally shows a trailer rolling down a desert road and it looks like robots have become a part of the society. Towards the end of the trailer, we see some sort of a checkpoint heavily guarded by robots and they detect the trailer coming towards them. They become alerted and aim at the incoming bogey. That’s all the trailer shows.
For the rest of it, we will have to wait for the game to release and only then we’ll find out how this game is going to be played and what this game is really about.
Dustborn Plot: What Is The Game All About?
The storyline of the game is set in the times of 2030 in the divided states of America. The player will assume the role of Pax, who is pregnant. She jas been recruited to deliver a package across the country. But due to the hurdles caused by the authoritarian Justice and the Zealous Puritans standing on their way.
This is why Pax will need a crew to deliver these goods. This crew will be disguised by Pax with the name of the folk-punk-rock band. In Dustborn, these names are used for combat, manipulation, and motivation.
The game will feature a branching dialogue system where the choices you make in your dialogue impacts the relationship you have with your crew.