A majority of people will immediately think of games like Zone of the Enders or Daemon X Machina when they hear the term “mech-based video games,” which combine 3D arena gameplay with free-range movement and shooter elements.
In 2017, the Thai game developer GameCrafterTeam gained recognition for their own mech game, Project Nimbus, which was released by the Japanese game publisher, GameTomo, and received positive reviews from critics.
You might be interested to know that GameCrafterTeam is working on a sequel to Project Nimbus called Nimbus Infinity if you’ve enjoyed their brand of mech-based gameplay.
This sequel, which takes place 21 years after the events of Project Nimbus, has players once again taking control of a Battle Frame mecha in order to save humanity.
Players will take on the role of Taiyo Iwata, a 17-year-old highschool student and part-time tofu delivery man who finds himself unwittingly caught in the middle of an all-out mecha war.
Taiyo will be accompanied on his journey of war and peace by Luna Campbell, an aristocratic young lady who will be accompanying him. They will work together to uncover a secret conspiracy that exists within their own world.
Nimbus Infinity, like its predecessor, allows players to customize their robotic Battle Frames by equipping them with a variety of different loadouts to suit any situation. Players will require a variety of weapons, ranging from laser swords to assault rifles, in order to take down rival Battle Frames.
In the most recent trailer for Nimbus Infinity, which premiered during Gamescom Asia 2021, players can see the 360-degree flying mechanics that they can expect from the game, in addition to the many different battlefields where they will engage in combat, such as a futuristic city and a debris-filled section of outer space.
Nimbus Infinity, if this sounds like the type of game you’re looking for, will be released sometime in 2022. Make a wishlist for it on Steam right now.