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From disease-ridden Soulslikes to VR horror, Team 17 shows off its upcoming indie slate at the Future Games Show

Indie publisher Team 17 just showed off not one, not two, but nine of its upcoming games at the Future Games Show powered by Mana. A new trailer was a whistlestop tour through a whole suite of titles, offering a little something for everyone.

If you’ve seen everything that The Lands Between has to offer, first up is Thymesia, a pestilence-themed Soulslike in which you wield diseases captured from your enemies as the tools of your arsenal. Its suitably-gothic world is filled with equally gothic monsters, and you’ll be able to dive in for yourself on August 9 via PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. 

Just in case Soulslikes aren’t your thing, then you might want to check out The Unliving, heading to Steam Early Access on October 31, a rogue-lite in which you must wield your necromantic powers to level entire cities. Alternatively, there’s Ship of Fools, which takes the dread to the high seas, though this time there’ll be a friend at your back thanks to its co-op gameplay, dropping on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Nintendo Switch later this year.

For the noir fans, there’s Autopsy Simulator, coming to Steam in November, letting you get up (very) close and personal with a spate of missing persons cases, and Sunday Gold. Also headed to Steam later this year, you’ll guide a trio of criminals through the underworld of a near-future London as you attempt to take down an evil megacorp. 

Elsewhere, there’s steam-powered city builder Sweet Transit, tasking you with building a railway empire when it arrives on Steam Early Access on July 28, or via its demo, available as part of Steam Next  Fest 2022. Metroidvania shoot-em-up The Knight Witch and interplanetary action RPG Batora: Lost Haven are coming to PC, Xbox Series X|S, PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch later this year, bringing fast-paced action from two very different perspectives.

Finally, VR enthusiasts get their first glimpse at Killer Frequency. The VR horror game, coming soon to Meta Quest 2, showed off a stylish glimpse of its gameplay, which is inspired by 80s slasher films.

  • Wishlist Thymesia on Steam
  • Wishlist The Unliving on Steam
  • Wishlist Autopsy Simulator on Steam
  • Wishlist Sweet Transit on Steam
  • Wishlist Killer Frequency on Steam

For more awesome games featured during today’s Future Games Show, check out our official Steam page (opens in new tab).

GamesRadar+ created this content as part of a paid partnership with Team17. The contents of this article are entirely independent and solely reflect the editorial opinion of GamesRadar+.


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From disease-ridden Soulslikes to VR horror, Team 17 shows off its upcoming indie slate at the Future Games Show

Indie publisher Team 17 just showed off not one, not two, but nine of its upcoming games at the Future Games Show powered by Mana. A new trailer was a whistlestop tour through a whole suite of titles, offering a little something for everyone.
If you’ve seen everything that The Lands Between has to offer, first up is Thymesia, a pestilence-themed Soulslike in which you wield diseases captured from your enemies as the tools of your arsenal. Its suitably-gothic world is filled with equally gothic monsters, and you’ll be able to dive in for yourself on August 9 via PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. 
Just in case Soulslikes aren’t your thing, then you might want to check out The Unliving, heading to Steam Early Access on October 31, a rogue-lite in which you must wield your necromantic powers to level entire cities. Alternatively, there’s Ship of Fools, which takes the dread to the high seas, though this time there’ll be a friend at your back thanks to its co-op gameplay, dropping on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Nintendo Switch later this year.
For the noir fans, there’s Autopsy Simulator, coming to Steam in November, letting you get up (very) close and personal with a spate of missing persons cases, and Sunday Gold. Also headed to Steam later this year, you’ll guide a trio of criminals through the underworld of a near-future London as you attempt to take down an evil megacorp. 
Elsewhere, there’s steam-powered city builder Sweet Transit, tasking you with building a railway empire when it arrives on Steam Early Access on July 28, or via its demo, available as part of Steam Next  Fest 2022. Metroidvania shoot-em-up The Knight Witch and interplanetary action RPG Batora: Lost Haven are coming to PC, Xbox Series X|S, PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch later this year, bringing fast-paced action from two very different perspectives.
Finally, VR enthusiasts get their first glimpse at Killer Frequency. The VR horror game, coming soon to Meta Quest 2, showed off a stylish glimpse of its gameplay, which is inspired by 80s slasher films.
Wishlist Thymesia on Steam
Wishlist The Unliving on Steam
Wishlist Autopsy Simulator on Steam
Wishlist Sweet Transit on Steam
Wishlist Killer Frequency on Steam
For more awesome games featured during today’s Future Games Show, check out our official Steam page (opens in new tab).
GamesRadar+ created this content as part of a paid partnership with Team17. The contents of this article are entirely independent and solely reflect the editorial opinion of GamesRadar+.

#diseaseridden #Soulslikes #horror #Team #shows #upcoming #indie #slate #Future #Games #Show

From disease-ridden Soulslikes to VR horror, Team 17 shows off its upcoming indie slate at the Future Games Show

Indie publisher Team 17 just showed off not one, not two, but nine of its upcoming games at the Future Games Show powered by Mana. A new trailer was a whistlestop tour through a whole suite of titles, offering a little something for everyone.
If you’ve seen everything that The Lands Between has to offer, first up is Thymesia, a pestilence-themed Soulslike in which you wield diseases captured from your enemies as the tools of your arsenal. Its suitably-gothic world is filled with equally gothic monsters, and you’ll be able to dive in for yourself on August 9 via PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. 
Just in case Soulslikes aren’t your thing, then you might want to check out The Unliving, heading to Steam Early Access on October 31, a rogue-lite in which you must wield your necromantic powers to level entire cities. Alternatively, there’s Ship of Fools, which takes the dread to the high seas, though this time there’ll be a friend at your back thanks to its co-op gameplay, dropping on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and Nintendo Switch later this year.
For the noir fans, there’s Autopsy Simulator, coming to Steam in November, letting you get up (very) close and personal with a spate of missing persons cases, and Sunday Gold. Also headed to Steam later this year, you’ll guide a trio of criminals through the underworld of a near-future London as you attempt to take down an evil megacorp. 
Elsewhere, there’s steam-powered city builder Sweet Transit, tasking you with building a railway empire when it arrives on Steam Early Access on July 28, or via its demo, available as part of Steam Next  Fest 2022. Metroidvania shoot-em-up The Knight Witch and interplanetary action RPG Batora: Lost Haven are coming to PC, Xbox Series X|S, PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch later this year, bringing fast-paced action from two very different perspectives.
Finally, VR enthusiasts get their first glimpse at Killer Frequency. The VR horror game, coming soon to Meta Quest 2, showed off a stylish glimpse of its gameplay, which is inspired by 80s slasher films.
Wishlist Thymesia on Steam
Wishlist The Unliving on Steam
Wishlist Autopsy Simulator on Steam
Wishlist Sweet Transit on Steam
Wishlist Killer Frequency on Steam
For more awesome games featured during today’s Future Games Show, check out our official Steam page (opens in new tab).
GamesRadar+ created this content as part of a paid partnership with Team17. The contents of this article are entirely independent and solely reflect the editorial opinion of GamesRadar+.

#diseaseridden #Soulslikes #horror #Team #shows #upcoming #indie #slate #Future #Games #Show


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