Japanese Student Indie Superhero Game Undefeated Gets A New Showcase For Its Upcoming Steam Release



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Back during 2017, an unassuming superhero game developed by three programming and character design course students in Unreal Engine 4 was unveiled, which even caught the attention of Epic Games Japan. Titled as Undefeated, the game has you zooming around as an invincible superhero saving residents in trouble, putting out fires, and more, in a large open city.


The game was announced by the trio to be coming to Steam for free, and recently they released a new showcase for the game on Twitter, showing off the basic things you do, as well as new boss battles against other elemental superhumans that can occur:



According to the team, currently they are mainly waiting for Valve to approve the game, with the release date still undecided as a result. There is a “New Trial Version” demo that is currently available via the link here.


Undefeated will be released on PC via Steam.

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