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INFRA restructures from two to three parts

The bad news for those anxiously awaiting the release of the rest of INFRA is that the game will now been split into three parts instead of the originally planned two. The good news is that part three, like part two, will be available free to owners of the first part already available.

INFRA is a 3D first-person adventure that "deals with the issues of deteriorating infrastructure." Players control an "ordinary structural analyst" who must find a way through "abandoned factories, forgotten tunnels and unsafe buildings in a dangerous, crumbling industrial city and its surrounding rural areas." Doing so will involve solving mechanical and electrical puzzles and taking photos of structural weaknesses, and as you progress you will begin unraveling a "thought-provoking story centered around corruption and deception."

While INFRA involves a generally linear progression, its realistic environments allow free exploration and multiple routes to your goals, along with numerous secrets to uncover along the way. As you progress through the "dozens" of locations, both indoor and out, above ground and below the city of Stalburg, you will learn more about what happened to bring this once-thriving city down. But beware, as you must also avoid the hazards its crumbling infrastructure presents in order to survive the journey.

The creation of indie developer Loiste Interactive, the first part of INFRA was released for PC in January with the plan to complete the full story with a single free update before year-end. Now, however, there will be two distinct installments instead of just one. This may stretch out the final completion date a while longer, but the second installment is due "soon".

You can see INFRA in action through its various gameplay videos and learn more about it though the official website.

Details on INFRA

Adventure games by Loiste Interactive

INFRA  2017

You are a structural analyst.