Cyberpunk RPG Disjunction comes to PC and console on January 28th

by on January 11, 2021

The start of the year is always a little slow for releases, but fortunately cyberpunk RPG Disjunction is coming on January 28th. The stealth heavy game will be making it’s way to PC, Switch, Xbox One and PS4. If you’ve been left sour by the issues plaguing a certain other Cyberpunk game, you might want to try the demo available on Steam right now.

“Inspired by tech noir classics, Disjunction is a sci-fi stealth-action RPG set in the dystopian underworld of 2048 New York, following three hardened citizens as they rise to uncover a conspiracy threatening to alter the city’s fate.

Featuring an interconnected narrative starring three playable characters, players can choose their playstyle and use an arsenal of futuristic tech, weaponry and cybernetic upgrades to engage in lethal, high-octane combat, or utilize distraction techniques and non-lethal attacks to stick to the shadows and evade detection. Experience a reactive story shaped by your actions, unlock cybernetic upgrades to augment your abilities, and crush entire factions or convince them to aid your cause. Your destiny is yours to write.

“We are massive fans of classic stealth-action games and ultramodern fast-paced shooters, and have put our all into combining the two genres in Disjunction,” said Erwan LeCun, Co-Founder of Ape Tribe Games. “Disjunction is our love letter to cyberpunk, and we hope that the game’s conspiracy-laden narrative and stylistic visuals will appeal to fans of the genre, while giving them the choice to engage in strategic stealth gameplay or brutally fast combat.”

“Disjunction is a fantastic title that we know will be a firm favourite for fans of sci-fi and cyberpunk,” added Vincent Coates, Product Manager at Sold Out. “We can’t wait for players to discover the cybernetic future very soon.””

I’m getting serious Syndicate vibes from Disjunction, and I’m definitely up for a bit of tactical cyberpunk action. Whether you want to be brutal or non-lethal, it might be worth keeping an eye on one of this year’s earlier releases.

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