The other night, a short teaser was posted to the YouTube account “IndivisibleRPG,” which as the name implies, announced an RPG titled Indivisible. Lab Zero Games have set the title for an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, and if the incredible amount raised for Skullgirls is any indication, Indivisible won’t have any trouble meeting its goal.
Not much has been said about the plot, but the game will feature a girl named Ajna who “sets out on a globe-trotting journey to discover the secret behind her mysterious powers.” Indivisible is also set to feature a soundtrack from composer Hiroki Kikuta, known for Secret of Mana and Soul Calibur V.
Perhaps most importantly, the game will be a departure from the fighting game mechanics of Skullgirls and instead will be inspired by games such as Valkyrie Profile and Super Metroid. No real word on how these styles will come together, but Indivisible is intended to be a “fresh spin” on action RPG gameplay. The visual style of the game looks a lot like Skullgirls, but the announcement trailer also betrays a more beautiful painterly look reminiscent of games like Bastion.
For those of you itching to get your hands on Indivisible, fear not – the Indiegogo campaign as well as a playable prototype are set for this September, and the final version of the game is set to launch in 2017. Watch the announcement trailer below: