We’ve seen many high-profile games released this year, including the first-ever PC port of Horizon Zero Dawn, as well as the latest Xbox One version of Dead Rising 4.
But while it’s been a long time coming, the latest game from Microsoft’s Project Zero series is set for release on PC on July 11th.
The game, called Vector Project, has been in development for two years and is set in a world where machines have taken over the world.
The premise is simple: you play as a machine who is trapped in an artificial body.
The machine’s job is to take over the city and use the machines to get rid of its inhabitants.
As you progress through the story, you can take control of your own avatar and take control over the other machines as well.
However, as the game progresses, you’re able to choose to take control either of your avatar’s hands or your own arms, as you can.
This allows for more freedom to use the avatar’s arms to move around, but also makes it more difficult to escape.
The first-person mode is very much the same as what you’d find in a first- person shooter, with the same enemy AI and environments.
This game is also looking to be a cross-platform release, so players on PC can pick up the game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well, but not both at once.
Microsoft has also promised a free demo for everyone to play the game on both platforms.
The free demo will include a playable version of the game’s story mode and a tutorial to introduce the game to new players.
Vector Project is due out for PC, PS4, and Xbox one on July 12th.