Fallen Tree Games are proud to present the brand new open-world action sandbox game American Fugitive which will release on Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2019. A trailer features below:

This is what the art director had to say about the reveal:

“We’re delighted to finally come out of top-secret development mode to announce our new game: American Fugitive! It was born out of a simple but captivating concept: Imprisoned for a murder you didn’t commit, you escape from jail and embark on a hunt to find the real culprit. We’re huge fans of 80’s movies, TV shows and games, and our intent was to create a game that paid homage to those thrills, while still being contemporary and fresh.”

“Although it’s clearly quite a different game compared with our last PlayStation title (Quell Memento for PS Vita), as individuals we have a solid pedigree of developing action titles (including TimeSplitters, Crysis, Black, and Goldeneye 007: Reloaded), so this project certainly feels like a return to our development roots.”

American Fugitive is nearly ready to break out of its cell! We’re really proud of the open-world sandbox experience we’ve created, which has been built on three core gameplay foundations”

The three core foundations include breaking and entering. You’ll have to steal to make sure you have enough money, change appearance and find clues to the real killer’s identity.

Driving will be a huge part of the game from getting from point a to point b and of course, escaping the cops.

Combat, you don’t want to be put back in prison, do you? No? Okay, you’ll have to defend yourself from the cops to avoid more jail time.

American Fugitive

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