Indivisible got a new E3 trailer this week that shows off the various environments Ajna will visit in the game.
Apart from the new trailer, the Backer demos have also been updated with new content and mechanic changes to reflect progress that has been made on the game.
Indivisible was previously delayed from a 2018 release window to a First Half 2019 window. Lead designer Mike Z mentioned that physical production factors, and unfamiliarity with Nintendo’s submission process, were some of the factors for the delay.
Indivisible is coming to the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC in 2019.