Labrodex will launch at the end of the year its futuristic IP in which humanity will have to deal with the artificial intelligence that controls robots.
Labrotex has announced the exact dates of departure of the first episode of Scraper, that will come the 21 November to PC (Rift, Vive and Windows MR) and the 18 December to PSVR. Its price for the PC version will be $ 29.99. They have also announced a free DLC that will give us access to the game’s soundtrack once it is available. The Scraper universe will have a total of 5 episodes that will be released before the full release in 2020 for the next generation consoles.
ORIGINAL NEWS (09/10/2018):
Scraper: First Strike, the first episode of the universe created by Labrodex Studios, will arrive in December to the main desktop viewers (Rift, Vive, Windows MR and PSVR). Scraper is a sci-fi shooter with touches of RPG and exploration in which, to save humanity from artificial intelligence, we will have to face renegade robots (controlled by AI) in large skyscrapers. AI rebelled against humanity long ago by witnessing a human act that endangered all beings on Earth, prompting it to take action on the matter.
“Our plan is to release Scraper in phases. The first was the release of Scraper: The Rise of Cifer, a novel written by the hit Ryder Windham that serves as a prequel to the game and that ends right where the title begins, with the heroes aboard a stolen ship, on a mission to reclaim a reactor building that has been confiscated by dozens of enemy robots,” says Jim Ivon, founder of Labrodex Studios and creator of Scraper.
Teaser trailer for Scraper: First Strike.
This first episode will immerse us in New Austin, a futuristic megacity located in Texas (USA) that has become the refuge of a world devastated by wars, disasters and diseases. Taking on the role of Casey Maxwell, a member of the Human Resistance Force (HRF), our job will be to help recover the reactor from building 3, restore power to a secret military base and slow down the advance of the robots that have taken the city.
The game will offer different options for locomotion and experience customization, interactions with NPCs, and weapon and vehicle upgrades. The final version of Scraper, which will offer better graphics and several competitive multiplayer options, is scheduled for 2020.