Project Nimbus Brings Flying Mech Combat To Steam This Week

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Indie mech shooter Project Nimbus is coming to Steam Early Access very soon. The game will be available on November 5th, and an Early Access trailer can be viewed above.

 

Project Nimus takes place in a near-future setting, where mankind has been forced to move to the sky, after a great war destroyed the planet’s surface, making it unfit for human life. Another war—this time over resources—is on the brink of breaking out, and armies fight using Battle Frames, which is the game’s fancy term for mechs.

 

Project Nimbus uses free-flying combat and the full game will allow you to customize your mechs. The Early Access build will consist of the first four chapters of the story. You’ll be able to grab it here.


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