It is currently available on Steam as early access at a very low price.
Think of a multiplayer shooter. You enter the game, they kill you, you reappear and start over. In a highly contested industry, indie games need more than that to fend off more popular productions, which is why many indie developers go for alternative mechanics. In the case of Nimble Giant Entertainment, Quantum League authors, that distinguishing feature is the temporal paradoxes, and if you are interested, it already has a release date.
During your games, you have three timelines to handle simultaneously: if they kill you, you can replay them in the present, in such a way that your past self will actively participate in the next contest as a ghost of its own to collaborate with. In other words, all the encounters are set up as if they were puzzles.
Does it convince you? The game is available on Steam as early access, and 82% of the nearly 1000 users who have written reviews on the Valve platform are happy with it. You can add it to your library for 4.09 euros until mid-March, but next April 15 it will be considered a finished game after one year in the hands of its first buyers. When that time comes, of course, there will be new content available to your players.
More specifically, its managers comment through a press release that will be added new content like a snowy map called Nordic for 1 vs. 1 and 2 vs. 2 players, as well as new weapons, coinciding with its release as a full game. You can take a look in the trailer that accompanies the news, although the reality is that you need to see it in motion to understand how its temporal paradoxes work.
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