Oddworld: Soulstone Packs A Nostalgic Punch In New Trailer (VIDEO)
Ah, Abe! It’s good to see you again. In the latest trailer for the Oddworld games we are revisited by the well loved Mudokon Abe in another harrowing platforming adventure. Though he had escaped RuptureFarms it seems that there is still more to be done in Oddworld. Check out the trailer below!
The trailer whisks us away into the story with the return of Molluck the Glukkon. Molluk happened to be the Chief Executive Officer of RuptureFarms where Abe was born into slavery. He was relatively content with his life until in Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee he discovered a plan to use his people as a kind of meat since sales for RuptureFarms were down. With the guidance and direction from Big Face, Abe set off to dismatle the tyranny that he spent so many years under. Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee was release in 1997 and has since has a few more additions with the latest one being Oddworld: Soulstorm.
Oddworld creator and Creative Director Lorne Lanning spoke briefly about the game in the trailer stating “our unlikely hero Abe finds himself fresh off the back of freeing his people from the nefarious RuptureFarms. He thinks the journey is over but soon discovers it has only just begun. The stakes are higher, the threats are larger and the obstacles are more devious.”
According to the trailer the game is set to be a limited time console exclusive and will be available on PC with a definitive release date currently unavailable.
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