Get your first look at Corruption 2029 gameplay

Corruption 2029, from The Beaded Ladies, was only recently announced and is due for release on February 17 via the Epic Games Store. Today, The Bearded Ladies has released the first gameplay video from the game. The 28-minute video shows gameplay from a mission in the Shady Oaks Motel. In the trailer, fans will get to see the game world and features of this stealth-strategy title.

Set in a dystopian America, the video introduces this world and shows how missions can be played in multiple ways, with multiple weapons and different tactical styles.

Corruption 2029

The Bearded Ladies is the developer of Mutant Year Zero and bills Corruption 2029 as a “mission to infiltrate an inhuman regime and discover the cause of an ominous corruption that turned America into a war-torn wasteland.”

Check out the gameplay video above and get ready to play on February 17.

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