The developers at Anshar Studios released a new video for their upcoming RPG Gamedec. In this one, they talk about one of the areas in the game’s dystopian, futuristic universe – the Low City.
Gamedec takes place in Warsaw, Poland, in the 22nd century. The city is divided into districts where the residents have completely different qualities of life. It’s effectively a class system.
Today, executive producer Łukasz Hacura, and author Marcin Przybyłek tell us about the lowest, darkest, and poorest district.
Low City has everything a Game Detective needs. The night clubs are open 24/7, the thrills are cheap (and often dangerous to your health), and the mutant rats don’t attack as often as they used to. It’s a dark place, both figuratively and literally, as sunlight doesn’t reach all the way down there.
If you stand on the edge of Low City and look down, you’ll see dust-covered ruins of Old Warsaw. That place is called Undercity, and it’s inhabited by savages, poisonous bats, and the mutant rats I mentioned earlier. Compared to that place, Low City is a neon-lit paradise.
If you’d like to visit Low City, and the other districts of 22nd century Warsaw, you can follow Gamedec on Steam.Some of our posts include links to online retail stores. We get a small cut if you buy something through one of our links. Don't worry, it doesn't cost you anything extra.