Hooded Horse and Stutter Fox Studios have released the first gameplay reveal of Falling Frontier’s “Titan Rising” storyline campaign, with a 12-minute look at the first mission of the campaign.
The 12-minute footage comes from the game’s first mission and tutorial, and contains an extended look at the recently-added volumetric fog system used in nebulas and planetary rings. Besides looking extremely pretty, they also serve a practical purpose and add new gameplay mechanics: ships can hide in the fog to perform ambushes, and sensor visibility is diminished when interacting with the gas particles. Using the fog also brings dangers, including increasing the efficiency of the new depth charge weapons that draw from the experience and atmosphere of naval warfare. Moreover, it adds a further sense of exploration to the game, with us needing to work our way through the clouds and be on guard for hidden ships at every turn.
We can also see a detailed gameplay demonstration involving two newly implemented ships: the Hano Destroyer, focused on destructive weaponry and multiple hangar modules for fighter craft; and the Crete Battlecruiser, capable of carrying advanced scanning sensors alongside a single hangar bay.
Todd D’Arcy, the solo developer behind Stutter Fox Studios and Falling Frontier Said: “Players will have complete freedom in uniquely generated star systems, and actions like establishingsmall operations or destroying non-combatant bases to cripple the enemy’s supply can and will affect the player’s standing with factions in the system, changing the course of the campaign.”
Falling Frontier winner of E3 2021 awards
Falling Frontier is the winner of E3 2021’s “Most Anticipated Indie Game” award as a sci-fi RTS developed by Stutter Fox Studios and published by Hooded Horse and scheduled for release in Q2 2022.
About Falling Frontiers
The game puts us in control of ships and space stations in procedurally generated star
systems, and features deeply rewarding tactical systems including crew management, intel gathering, logistics, and search and rescue.
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