Abermore is a first-person RPG coming to PC

Abermore

Abermore is a first-person RPG that has been a total secret during almost its entire development.

Abermore, the new game from Four Circle Interactive and Sold Out that has been a mystery for years, will be released on PC at the end of March. Players take on the role of an unethical burglar planning the ultimate royal theft.

The new RPG from the creators of 10 Second Ninja X

In Abermore, players must take tasks from a gang of thieves and criminals in order to improve their reputation and persuade the community that they are capable of leading a major robbery. They may also use everything they find as a weapon, create new equipment to assist them robbing and bounty hunt, sell things on the black market for greater treasure, acquire mystical tarot cards to aid them in their mission, and utilize whatever they find as a weapon.

Abermore

“I don’t know how we’ve managed to keep Abermore a secret for as long as we have (there have been so many times when I’ve almost said something on Twitter by accident), but we’re thrilled to finally reveal what we’ve been working on today,” said Dan Pearce, Game Director at Four Circle Interactive.

“In Abermore, players adopt the mantle of a legendary Robin Hood-esque figure, ’The Unhanged Man’, during the 18 days in a run-up to a daring heist. Every campaign is unique and each new day provides new stories to stumble into, spoils to sell on the Blackmarket, and potential collaborators to help you as you prepare for the ultimate score: ‘The Feast of the Lucky Few,'” he added.

In order to pillage the Royal Palace for all its worth, players raid houses, steal fresh riches, create alliances, exchange priceless items, charm aristocrats, uncover magical powers, and grow their renown.

Abermore will be released on PC via Steam on Tuesday, March 29th.

Watch the announcement trailer of Abermore down below!

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