Publisher HeroCraft and developer Studio Mono have revealed that Insomnia: The Ark will release this year, and what's more is we also have a brand new trailer showing us what they call the "dieselpunk world", as well as what's been developed since the game's Kickstarter campaign.
Back in 2014 the game raised almost $100,000 USD, and the title itself revolves around a giant space metropolis that contains plenty of secrets from a historic civilisation, with the Nomah race populating the world after fleeing their own home planet. As you play the game you learn of a large-scale terrorist attack, but there are other concerns you'll have on your journey.
Anatoly Nekrasov, CEO and Lead Developer of Studio Mono, said: "It's our first project, our beloved child. We've been developing INSOMNIA for nine years, and finally we're almost there! We're delighted to present the game to our biggest fans from Kickstarter. The game has been altered several times, we've changed concepts, plot and mechanics, but we've attempted to save the unique visual style and deep dystopian atmosphere."
The game will release later this year, as mentioned, and promises valuable exploration; a flexible perk system; crafting; a non-linear storyline; strategic, real-time combat; and plenty of lore surrounding this world.
Take a look at the trailer below and some screenshots if you're interested. Does this game sound like something you'd sink time into?