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City 20, a New Post-Apocalyptic City Simulation, Announced for PC

Italian developer Untold Games has announced City 20, a new systems-driven city simulator set in a post-apocalyptic world in which the city will adapt to your actions, good or bad, as you attempt to survive in what's left of the world. It's in development for PC, with an Early Access release scheduled for later this year. Take a look at the announcement trailer above and the first screenshots in the gallery below.

City 20 promises emergent storytelling, a reactive gameplay sandbox, resource management, and a unique look. Untold says, "City 20 invites players to immerse themselves in a meticulously crafted world drawing inspiration from European sci-fi classics such as Stalker, The Road or La Jetee. As the remnants of civilization eke out an existence, players must navigate a landscape transformed by man-made disaster, and influenced by the deep interconnectedness of a realistic social environment."

"After five years of crafting, we’re excited to introduce our game, City 20 – a deep systems-driven simulation of post-apocalyptic city life," Untold told IGN. "This journey has been a labour of love, and we can’t wait to share it with the world. This isn’t just a game; it's the result of years of dedication and passion. With City 20, we’ve made the game we want to play, and we’re thrilled to share more of our latest title with the world.”

The developer promises that no two playthroughs will be the same. Stay tuned for more in the coming months on this dystopian life sim.

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