Encased is a modern single player sci-fi post-apocalyptic isometric role-playing game. It’s all about exploration, adventures, and survival inside a sealed territory.
Our game is heavily inspired by the famous isometric RPGs of the late 90’s and early 2000’s. However, we aim not only to repeat the essential aspects that made those games golden classics, but also to improve and evolve the genre even further.
The player is a participant in a project researching the technology and artifacts of a long-gone civilization. Wondrous discoveries, mysterious artifacts, and dangerous anomalies are constant companions.
The story campaign will last twenty-five to thirty hours with significant replay potential. Play any character you want and watch the world change in response to your actions.
The game will feature turn-based combat. All mechanics are designed to give players a large number of tactical choices, freedom of action and an ability to approach every combat situation in a unique and creative way.
Challenge the danger. Explore the remote desert encased within the unbreakable Dome. Fatal anomalies, rare artefacts and the breathtaking ruins of an ancient civilization await you!.
Character development will be based on a deep and extensive role-playing system of our own design, but it is inspired by classic role-playing games. There are no classes in the game, the player will be able to dispense attributes and learn skills at their own discretion.
The game will take place in an open world. After introduction, the player will be free to go anywhere and to explore the world as they please. The world consists of separately loaded locations. When moving from one location to another and traveling around the world, random events can occur.
We proudly announce the impending arrival of Encased: an isometric RPG in a sci-fi post-apocalyptic setting. This game tells the story of a disastrous research project inside an anomalous zone - the Dome - built in the middle of a desert by an unknown civilization. Encased will hit early access in early 2019.