Third Person Action based upon original Syphon Filter trilogy from PS1. The game will completely rewrite a story about secret agent Gabe Logan and his partner Lian Xing. We want to look with a "crystal eye" to the original story and remake it into new and next gen. Main gameplay mechanics will be saved and revisited, so we can make a greater game!
- Blend gameplay between stealth and action
- Various game situations, like mission on a moving train or flying plane, defend convoy or chase a running terrorist and many more!
- Sneak through enemies stealthy, use companions to distract them!
- Strong action story about special secret agent Gabriel Logan and his beautiful partner Lian Xing
- Large and very interesting locations throughout the world! Different time of day and weather conditions.
- Third person camera ( with proper obstruction collision )
- Shooter and stealth movements and mechanics ( jump\crouch\slide\rolling\climbing\sneaking through\shadows=)\vents )
- Various weapons features assault rifles, pistols, shotguns and sniper riffles, grenades and launchers, knifes and explosions.
- Third person cover system.
So, here is the 1st level map layout ( draft and still W.I.P. )
Here is the original map layout
This location called "Georgia Street" and contains a cafe\pub, a Central Bank ( where the bomb is planted ) and couple alleyways ( one with elevator and power switch ). Final destination is Metro\Underground, where is another location within this whole map. So the map is contained within street and metro station ( there will be seamless transition between ).
- help "chemical protection squad" (CPS) to defend and eliminate terrorists
- help CPS to disarm chemical bomb with "syphon filter" virus, planted inside of Central Bank
- get into Metro Station and help CPS to disarm 2 bombs with virus, planted somewhere on the platform
Underground station map layout will be ready tomorrow =)
P.S: currently preparing blockout of the whole map inside the engine..
looking forward to some actually images/showcase for this, keep it up!
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