Routine Resurfaces At Summer Game Fest

Summer Game Fest Live wasn’t short of space-themed experiences with The Callisto Protocol, Aliens: Dark Descent, Fort Solis and more. However, presenter Geoff Keighly surprised viewers with a standout game that has long been lost in the developmental gap: routine.

From Lunar Software and Raw Fury, the first-person horror about exploring an abandoned lunar base, took the stage with a disturbing new trailer. With desolate moonscapes, derelict empty hallways, and a gritty, cinematic atmosphere, the game’s latest look should add to the excitement. Its nightmarish, death-dealing robot sets it apart from the other intergalactic titles in the showcase, but the short clip gives few details on what to expect or if the game’s direction has changed significantly since we last saw it. However, we do know that composer Mick Gordon, known for his work on the Wolfenstein and Doom series, created the musical score.

However, the team behind the game has already posted a message to players on their website about the long disappearance of routine. Saying:

In short, we’ve essentially resumed production of the game. What we’re sharing here today is in-game footage of Routine. So why did we make the difficult decision to start over?

As we neared the end of development, we found more and more things we weren’t happy with that were negatively impacting the experience. We had been working on the project for 5 years at this point and just couldn’t release it as it was.

Routine is coming to Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC, although the date hasn’t been officially announced yet.

https://www.gameinformer.com/summer-game-fest/2022/06/09/routine-resurfaces-at-summer-game-fest Routine Resurfaces At Summer Game Fest

Sarah Ridley

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