Steampunk RPG Circus Electrique Announced

Part tactics and part circus management, Zen Studios and Saber Interactive announced that their steampunk RPG Circus Electrique is now in development.

Named after the greatest show in Victorian steampunk London, Circus Electrique features a grim world where its grim world is filled with vicious killers. In order to fight back, Strongmen, Fire Blowers, Clowns, and other circus performers will take the charge through tactical turn-based battles. Players will also be able to recruit and retain talented performers worldwide.

Along the way, its Devotion morale system will affect characters’ performance in battles and actual circus shows. The ultimate goal is to fulfill Amelia’s quest and to keep everyone paid and happy.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Circus Electrique – Announce Trailer | PS5, PS4

You can find the game on Steam here – a release date has yet to be determined.

Source: YouTube
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