What began as a science fiction literary movement to later extend its webs into the world of cinema and video games, is going to experience a new boom in the latter sector with the launch of such resounding titles as the long-awaited Cyberpunk 2077. However, we are not going to talk about the open-world RPG developed by the people at CD Projekt Red to highlight the importance of cyberpunk.
Cloudpunk is the story of a courier driver for a semi-legal delivery company based in the sprawling city of Nivalis. From the pith below to the needles piercing the edge of the troposphere, a rain-soaked neon metropolis awaits exploration. No delivery job is too dangerous, and no one is faster than a Cloudpunk driver.
In this story-based cyberpunk game, players will encounter a wide range of characters, including androids, AI, and unscrupulous humans at all levels of society. Everyone has a story to tell, and throughout one night in Nivalis, everything will change.
We take control of Rania during her first night at Cloudpunk, the semi-legal delivery company based in the city of Nivalis. From the Medulla to the peaks that pierce the grey clouds of the sky and touch the edge of the troposphere. No assignment is too dangerous, and there is no one faster than a Cloudpunk delivery man.
Of course, Cloudpunk is far from a linear game. Both in exploration, which seems to leave much freedom, and in decision making. We are not obliged to leave the package at the destination we have been told, and perhaps it will bring us more money to do some favors. There will be consequences, of course, but only with that kind of detours will we be able to discover the different argumentative routes this indie offers. Cloudpunk arrives by express delivery to Steam since April 23rd and soon to the rest of the consoles of this generation.