Dystopian adventure Sunday Gold will be coming to PC on the 13th of September. This new title combines a stylish comic book style of art and animation. Which is inspired by a visual concept developed by artists at VOLTA. This title also includes intricate turn-based combat and noggin’ scratching puzzles.

What is Sunday Gold?

Sunday Gold drops players into a bleak 2070s London, where crime is at an all-time high, trouble stalks the streets, and the corrupt elite are long overdue for their bloody comeuppance.

Tell us the nitty gritty

Combining classic point-and-click adventure gameplay with escape-room style puzzles and turn-based combat, Sunday Gold follows Frank (aka ‘The Vengeful Ex-Con’), Sally (aka ‘The Activist’), and Gavin (aka ‘The Disgruntled Ex-Employee’) as they take on mysterious billionaire CEO Kenny Hogan. Players will swap control between the unlikely trio, utilising each con’s individual talents to hack terminals, pick locks, break down doors, and take down the bad guys.

  • Atmospheric action: Sunday Gold’s story takes players into the seedy underbelly of the corrupt elite. Here secrets are hidden behind every locked door.
  • Stylish turn-based combat: Comic book-inspired sequences, specific skills, attacks, and talent trees, along with as many stolen items the trio can get their thievin’ hands-on, make for a unique turn-based combat experience
  • Noggin’ scratching puzzles: Explore each room and solve a combination of observation, deduction, and inventory puzzles; hunt for clues, hack terminals, and even bust down a door (or two)

That’s not all folks

Players can get hands-on with Frank, Sally, and Gavin in the free-to-play prologue. Which is now available on Steam. This grants players a snapshot of the debauchery and illegal activities of the trio.

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