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Apex Construct

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Travel to the shattered future of Apex Construct , where merciless robots prowl the world as a result of mankind’s reckless experiments. As these synthetic creatures seek to dominate their new hunting grounds, you must use both your wits and combat skills to survive. In this atmospheric first-person Action/Adventure game, built exclusively for VR , the fate of mankind rests on you – the last human alive. EXPLORE A WORLD RIPPED APART Step into a beautiful yet perilous post-apocalyptic setting, where two powerful AIs are locked in a drawn-out conflict. As the only living human, you will uncover its many secret areas and solve intriguing puzzles to gradually realize what led to the extinction of almost all organic life MASTER A FLUID BOW & SHIELD COMBINATION Use a flexible weapons system with unparalleled precision to engage a wide array of artificial lifeforms created by a mysterious entity called Mothr DELVE INTO A LASTING EXPERIENCE Replay any mission from your customizable home base to uncover paths still hidden, spend acquired resources to upgrade your weapons and equipment, and display your hard-earned achievements for fellow adventurers
Release date
Feb 20, 2018
Fast Travel Games
Fast Travel Games
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 4590 or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Additional Notes: 1 USB 3.0 port for Vive, 3 for Oculus
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Apex Construct reviews and comments

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Product received for free Fast Travel Games has now released its exciting Adventure with Apex Construct in a somehow twisted post-apocalyptic World for the PC as well. The Player is accompanied from the Beginning by the AI FathR through the first Missions, which also explains to the Player the background of the Event-from his Point of View. Because there is a Conflict in the Background with a second AI, MothR. This has populated the World with its Robotic Creatures. ... At various Computers with oldschoolOS We can gather more Information and learn Various other Things or enter passwords. The Computers are all operated via a Keyboard that can be operated with two Fingers. (Unfortunately, the Curser is missing from the Monitor.) The robotor-populated World is kept in a very appealing graphically rather comic-like style, which shines With many Details and quickly seems immersive. We can move freely and with Teleportation, some Places can, it seemed to me, only be reached by Teleportation. The Switch from free Movement to Teleportation is fluid. Teleported by pressing the Touchpad at the top and free Movement is made possible by Pressing on the Touchpad including the Controller Orientation in the Room. Press twice and we run a little faster. However, you can also switch off the free Movement completely if Necessary. We can interact with pretty much any Item in the Environment, even pointlessly pressing Buttons on Aparatas that belong only to the Facility. In the Course of the Game, we can also switch back and forth from our Homebase to open doors, for which we only receive the Passcodes or the like in later Levels. To defend ourselves against the Robot Oranimals from MothR, FathR (while we slept?) replaced us with the left hand against a robotic one-thank You! Later we get an upgradeable Bow. The Arc plays very immersively (Arches work in VR protruding) and later desk over different Types of Arrows. Our Robot Hand, if we don't span the Bow, can produce a small Shield. We can upgrade all of that at certain Terminals. For this we collect RP in the Course of the Game. RP we can also spend at the Beverage Vending Machine, there are cans of delicious Healing Potion or various Items. I can only recommend Apex Consruct. The Story is very interesting and exciting, solving the Rätzel is Fun, even if you have to type and read a lot. Unfortunately, the Lyrics are only in English. The Action in The fight against the Robot is Fun and works flawlessly. Here and there there are smaller Bugs, but they are not worth talking about, for example, I walked over an invisible Hill in a Storage Room. But That does not hinder Immersion. A Top Adventure with Action. (And yes, sometimes you feel a little bit reminded of Horizion, but only a little bit ...) http://store.steampowered.com/curator/32170554/
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