Prime Matter’s Sci-Fi RPG Dolmen Will Be Showcased At Gamescom 2021

Prime Matter Have Announced That Dolmen, Its Upcoming Sci-Fi RPG Will Be Showcased At Gamescom 2021

Prime Matter, a gaming company in Germany that delivers immersive gaming world, has teamed up with Massive Work Studio, a Brazilian development team with a passion for creating compelling universes to create Dolmen, an upcoming sci-fi RPG. The companies have confirmed that fans will be given a long awaited sneak peek of the game at Gamescom 2021.

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During Gamescom, fans will be given their first viewing of Dolmen, including an epic boss fight. On 25th August, tune in to Gamescom Opening Day from 10:30A.M. PT. On 26th August, at 1:00P.M. PT, fans can check out Future Games Show for more information and content. Dolmen will release in 2022 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

If fans are extra-interested in Dolmen, they can feel free to check out LobosJr, a popular video game streamer who has amassed a worldwide audience. He gained notoriety by completing Dark Souls and Bloodborne challenges. LobosJr will have his hands on Dolmen during Gamescom, and he’ll be joined by the developers of Massive Work Studio, who may just have time to answer some questions. LobosJr will stream Dolmen on 27th, 28th and 29th August from 9A.M. PT.

Dolmen is set in a sci-fi universe wherein humanity has colonized various star systems, however the Zoan Corporation is now focused on the Revion System, as it has been emitting unique radiation. Is there more life out there? Players must explore the area and any discoveries made may just have far-reaching consequences including destabilizing the political balance and more.

What are your thoughts on Dolmen? Are you going to check out Gamescom 2021? What game are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter and Facebook.

SOURCE: Press Release

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