Indian Game Indus Battle Royale New Gameplay and Map Details Revealed

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SuperGaming recently released another episode of “Inside Indus”, a series that sheds light on the development of the highly-anticipated battle royale game for mobile, PC, and consoles.

The latest episode of the series sheds light on various aspects of the game, especially “Indo-Futurism”, the concept defines not only the core aesthetics but the underlying philosophy and principles behind the game. The footage shown in the latest episode covers not only the setting and background for Indus but also certain gameplay details as well as key parts of the game map.

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SuperGaming Releases New Episode of “Inside Indus”, Shows Off New Gameplay and Map

The video kicks off with the player-character Mythwalker dropping into the map, Virlok. The aesthetics of the map are inspired by a concept called “Indo-Futurism”, which explores the fate of the Indus Valley Civilization several hundred years into the future as a space-faring civilization.

Small gameplay footage was also revealed that shows the game in action and the kind of weaponry players will have at their disposal. Key parts of the map were also revealed such as Jatayu Central, which gives players an idea of just how expansive and detailed the map is going to be.

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In addition to gameplay, there were also hints of Indian references in the game, including a “Nimbu-Mirchi” weapon charm which players will be able to attach to their weapon and customize. It will be interesting to see just how deep the weapon customization system will be in the game and is an indication that there are likely several more charms that players can use.

The game is being developed by SuperGaming, a Pune-based studio, and is a free-to-play battle royale game currently set for release in 2022 for Mobile, PC, and Console. Fans will likely get to see more of the game in the months to come before release, and hopefully, a release date soon as well.

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