The Entropy Center, a sci-fi shooter that features a different story, is in development by Playstack Studios and Stubby Games.
With the manipulation of space-time as its focal point, the game seems to have the ingredients to become a pleasant surprise.
British studios Stubby Games are working on their next work, The Entropy Center.
It's a sci-fi adventure, with a first-person perspective (FPS) set in the distant future, in which something terribly bad has happened to Earth. The Center of Entropy presents as its main poster, the mechanics of space-time manipulation, these mechanics being the key to solving many of the puzzles and puzzles that will be placed along the way.
The player takes on the role of Aria, a scientist who somehow wakes up in the heart of a space station, called The Entropy Center, which is orbiting the Earth.
The Center of Entropy, corresponds to a colossal set of scientific facilities and modules, leaving in the air a slight sensation that various studies and secret and high-tech projects were carried out there.
Waking up unexpectedly in the scene and with no previous memories, Aria is immediately confronted with a sad reality: she is alone. But more than that, he can see that the science station is on the verge of collapse.
But worse than that, Aria still manages to discover that planet Earth has been the victim of a catastrophic event, an Extinction Class event and thus, Aria finds herself truly isolated from everything and everyone.
But in the apparent solitude in which she finds herself, Aria can rely on herself and on a strange weapon, the ASTRA, which has the ability to move objects in time, that is, the The weapon can move objects in time and in this way improve the solution of problems that may have arisen in the past (restoration of bridges that have been destroyed, rehabilitation of broken corridors,... among other challenges and puzzles that the game will launch.
The Center of Entropy allows you to send objects back in time to overcome obstacles in the present
This mechanic could prove to be extraordinarily interesting, as transposing items and elements between the present and the past to overcome current problems has a lot of potential.
Of course, Aria's goal will be to get the Entropy Center back online to try and figure out what happened to the station, to planet Earth, and if there's a way to fix the situation.
All the answers will be found in The Entropy Center and only Aria, with the help of the player, will be able to find them...
The Entropy Center is in development for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, Playstation 4, and Xbox One and is set to launch later this year.