During NIS America’s media event the publisher announced  Assault Spy, an action game for PC by indie developer Wazen.

Using NIS America’s support, the game will start on Steam Early Accessibility in May 2018.

Assault Spy is a pure action game that will set the player in the shoes of Asaru, a corporate spy set on discovering the secret of a company named Negabot. It features pieces of humor gameplay, and a second side that allows you perform with a CIA agent named Amelia. You ’ ll be in a position to experience yet another angle of this story as well as a different fighting style as characters change.

The announcement press release contained a formal presentation, that you can read below.

About the game :

Dash, evade, and smash your way to the truth because the corporate spy! As you rescue the business from a hostile 17, uncover this Negabot mega-corporation’s secrets. Assault Spy is a trendy, fast-paced game using a dash of humor.

Key Characteristics:

  • High-Speed Dash Combat — Dodge bullets with a dashboard, and finish off enemies using fancy combo moves!
  • Dynamic Action — Defeating enemies unlocks fresh moves, which may be used to chain together mad combos with stylish finishing moves!
  • One Story with Two Sides — Play through the game since an expert, however hapless spy, Asaru; along with the unkind and subversive CIA representative, Amelia! Each character has a story that intertwines with another, and a special playstyle!
  • You can have a look at the very first trailer below. If you wish to see a bit more, it is also possible to take a look at Wazen’s Twitter accounts, which reveals quite a great deal of work-in-progress gameplay.

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