The much-anticipated "Indo-futuristic" battle royale video game, Indus, debuted its gameplay trailer on this republic, which marked a significant day for the gaming community. The snippet gives us a taste of what to anticipate from this "work in progress" game.
What exactly is Indus?
Battle royale games like PUBG, Fortnite, and others are similar to Indus. Players typically land from an aeroplane on a "Map," where they engage in combat to win the grand reward.
According to the description provided by the Indus game, "As a Mythwalker, this is your first glimpse into the Indo-Futuristic battleground of Virlok along with Paragons, our version of character skins." Players will be able to use a variety of weapons, equipment, and consumables in this trailer as they battle their way through the "mysterious and exotic landmarks on Virlok."
Trailer and Gameplay
Trailer for Indus Game The trailer begins with beats reminiscent of dubstep and Indian classical music mixed with hip-hop. Along with Sir-Taj and Big-Taj, it also introduces Adam and Adya. Graphics have a lot of color and an Indianized touch, and buildings have both Indian and futuristic elements.
Pune-based SuperGaming is the company behind this game. It has released a series of high-impact takeovers in London, similar to the ones that took place on August 15 in New York last year.
You take on the role of a Mythwalker and are hired by the COVEN, an intergalactic gang. Cosmium, a rare, naturally occurring mineral that can alter space and time, must be collected. The characters, Cosmium, gameplay, loot system, and map are all presented in detail in the trailer.
Pre-registrations for the Indus game have begun Pre-registrations for the game are currently available on Android, and registrations for the iPhone will begin shortly. Surprises that "will make your experience of Indus truly your own" will come your way as a result of this. The launch date is still unknown.
Although the release of Indus was previously planned for 2022, it has since been postponed, and SuperGaming has not yet given a firm date. For users to play the game and give feedback, the business said it would organise a number of community playtests throughout the year in a number of Indian locations.