Kate: Collateral Harm isn’t the primary gaming tie-in we’ve seen for a Netflix unique, however now that it’s critically coming into the house, every title feels a bit of completely different. Developed by Ludic Studios, the brand new sport is a “time-attack motion roguelike” that pertains to the film Kate, a Netflix film starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead about an murderer who has 24 hours to seek out the antidote to a poison that’s killing her.
The plot of the film makes the sport’s time assault method simple to know as gamers take over the central character on her quest. As its Steam description reveals, gamers lengthen the size of every run by killing enemies to decelerate the continuously depleting timer, and incomes stimulant syringes that reset it completely.
The film’s plot additionally comes into play by way of your hostage-turned-companion Ani and its dirty neon-lit ambiance. Not like an earlier Ludic Studios sport, Akane, Kate: Collateral Harm leans right into a 3⁄4 view, however evaluating their trailers reveals why the Brazilian developer was a very good match for the content material.
Kate: Collateral Harm is scheduled for launch by way of Steam on October twenty second. There’s no pricing listed, but it surely doesn’t appear to be this sport is tied to your subscription like those Netflix is testing on Android. As an alternative, just like the Eden Unearthed App Lab that lately popped up on Oculus VR, this has the texture of a advertising and marketing tie-in that might assist Kate stand out amongst a slew of John Wick-like motion films with feminine leads which have popped up currently. Possibly we’ll discover out extra throughout the streamer’s Tudum fan occasion this weekend.