326 👀

The Entropy Centre Is Walking Us Through Our Next Reversal

The Entropy Centre Is Walking Us Through Our Next Reversal

The Entropy Centre

A gameplay walkthrough for The Entropy Centre is here to get us deeper into what The Entropy Centre will have to offer up soon

Let us all enter into The Entropy Centre now and see just what kind of gameplay this game will hold for us all. It has been a little bit of time coming, and now we can see what Stubby Games and Playstack have been up to. Especially if they want us all to experience what The Entropy Centre has to offer up this year on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Well, beyond it being another first-person shooter-type game that will have us all trying to solve all manner of physics puzzles along the way. All of that and with the added twist of manipulating time along the way too. In-game time and not the time we will obviously lose to the game when it does finally land.

Just as we have seen with other titles like The Entropy Centre, there are many aspects that seem to be homages and uses of things from Portal. Not that this game is just ripping it all off, but we will be shooting things with a special gun to move them forward and backward in time. This will also include using bounce pads to jump to new heights and solve all of these puzzles that are set out there. All with the final goal to be able to rewind the planet. This is something that is the end goal for The Entropy Centre as it sounds. My guess is this will mainly be the reason we will be playing the game instead of just running around, shooting random things, and getting berated by an AI entity along the way. Have a gander at the latest video and see how it will flow along the way.

The Entropy Centre — Gameplay Walkthrough

Think in reverse. Outsmart the impossible. A mind-bending and deviously challenging first-person puzzle adventure (with a talking gun). Coming 2022 to PC, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, and Xbox One.

How well do you think that The Entropy Centre will set itself from the other titles like it or will it always struggle with that? Will we see other physics elements beyond the fans and bouncing boxes or will it need to stick to that to keep things easy for us? When do you think we will finally see the game drop out there and will it be well before the end of the year here? Tell the world your thoughts on these questions and everything else that we have out there. More for The Entropy Centre will be right here for you to see. Just keep a close eye on the site for all of that and everything else that we will have to share along the way.

0 Comments Go ahead and login or register