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E3 is well underway and a lot of new game announcements are already here! So it’s a good time bring attention to games releasing soon that could get overlooked. The Ascent is an upcoming top-down action RPG set for release on Steam, Xbox Series X, Series S, and Xbox One.
The concept is promising and the game has a very cool ascetic style considering the cyberpunk genre is a well-tread area for games and science fiction. It’s a day one release for Game Pass as well which is also cool.
In addition, it’s a debut title for the games developer Neon Giant which is composed of ex-Epic and People Can Fly developers so there’s a bit of reputation and promise there as well.
Anyways, we thought you might like a quick spotlight but we’ll let you get back to all the early E3 news out there like that new Elden Ring trailer.
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