Sep 24, 2017 Last Updated 10:18 PM, Sep 22, 2017

Gambitious Releases Debut Gameplay Trailer for 'Outreach'

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Launching later this year on Windows PC and Mac

Gambitious Digital Entertainment has released the first official gameplay trailer for Outreach, the upcoming zero-gravity adventure game from independent developer Pixel Spill.

A narrative mystery set near the end of the Cold War, Outreach follows one cosmonaut’s search for the missing crew of a Soviet space station in the frigid reaches of Earth’s orbit. Players must explore the crippled remains of the installation, navigating an abandoned environment filled with historically accurate technology and objects from the 1980s, to discover the fate of its lost souls.

Between the claustrophobic spaces of its interior and the unforgiving void outside, players will get to experience a realistic world of weightlessness. Travel by pushing off from surfaces and gripping onto others to keep from floating away.

Outreach will be playable for the first time at E3 in Los Angeles this month. The game will be featured at Gambitious’ press area inside the Devolver Indie Picnic across from the convention center’s main entrance. Lead voice actors Adam Harrington, known for his performance as Bigby Wolf in The Wolf Among Us, and Seamus Dever, known for his role as Detective Kevin Ryan in the ABC series Castle, will also be available for interviews.

Outreach is expected to launch later this year on Windows PC and Mac. Additional content from the game can be found at www.gambitious.com/games/outreach.

About Pixel Spill

Pixel Spill is an indie game studio based in London, UK. Founded in 2014, we're currently working with talented individuals to bring our latest historical-fiction vision to life. www.pixelspill.co.uk

About Gambitious, Inc.

Launched in 2012, Gambitious, Inc. is the first global crowd-financing platform exclusively for games. With a mission to create and foster a sustainable ecosystem for independent game creation and publishing, Gambitious utilizes its evolving set of creative crowd financing tools and techniques to get more great game titles funded, produced and successfully released. The company’s publishing label, Gambitious Digital Entertainment, was created in 2014 to offer professional, developer-friendly production, marketing and distribution services in order to ensure a timely return to investors and developers on projects. Gambitious has successfully established partnerships and released its titles on Steam, the PlayStation®Store, Xbox Games Store, GOG.com, Humble and the Mac App Store, as well as a number of emerging global digital distributors. For more information, visit the official Gambitious website, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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