Electronic music producer and producer Chris Crear has been working on his first major game in years, Correo Electronico, for the past few years.
While the title was supposed to be a single-player game, Crear says it will be multiplayer-focused.
Correos online component is now on track to launch sometime in 2019.
The game is set in the near future when a group of students is trying to take down a global network of criminals that has been building up in cyberspace.
This is when the world will be more like the one that existed when you were a teenager.
Corroos core gameplay revolves around collecting information and making connections between your friends in the game world.
It’s essentially a collaborative puzzle-platformer, and the developers have gone to great lengths to make sure that Correoes gameplay and visuals aren’t too intrusive.
We’ve seen a ton of games in the last couple of years where the game worlds are very large, very crowded, and it just feels like a bit of a slog.
I think we are trying to be as respectful to that as we can.
The visuals are the first thing that I think I’m most proud of.
I’m a big fan of the way the game looks.
The gameplay is very intuitive, and I really like that it feels like you’re playing on a screen with the game on it.
The graphics are pretty high-end.
They’re really stunning.
They are incredibly well designed.
The soundtrack is very well done.
I can’t speak highly enough about it.
We do have a lot of ideas that we have for how we want to build it.
It feels like this is a very personal project, and we’re trying to make it as personal as possible.
It seems like the developers are still in the early stages of development, but we have some good ideas and we think it’s going to be an amazing experience.