American Fugitive announcement

80s-Inspired Sandbox Game, American Fugitive, Coming this Year

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It’s the 1980s. You’ve been sentenced for a crime you didn’t commit. It’s time to break out of prison and get revenge.

Indie developer Fallen Tree Games and publisher Curve Digital recently announced in a press release the upcoming game American Fugitive, an open-world sandbox action game that is heavily inspired by 80s action movies and video games. Fallen Tree Games is an indie studio comprised of developers that have previously worked on games like TimeSplitters, Crysis, and Goldeneye 007: Reloaded.

In American Fugitive, players will play as Will Riley, a man who has been arrested for the murder of his own father; a crime that he did not commit. Riley breaks out of jail to find the true murderer. In this top-down action game, players will have to blend in with civilians to avoid getting caught by police while also making contacts in the criminal underworld to gather information pertinent to their goals. While exploring the 1980s Americana-inspired small town, players will be able to break into any building they come across to attempt to rob them, steal cars, and participate in firefights with police.

American Fugitive will launch sometime this year for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. You can wishlist the game on Steam now. The announcement trailer is below.


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Dylan Siegler
Dylan Siegler has a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Redlands. He has copy edited novels and short stories and is the editor of nearly all marketing materials for RoKo Marketing. In addition to his professional work, Dylan is also working on several of his own projects. Some of these projects include a novel that satirizes the very nature of novel writing as an art and a short film that parodies buddy cop movies. His short story “Day 3658,” a look into a future ten years into a zombie apocalypse, is being published in September of 2017 in Microcosm Publishing’s compilation Bikes in Space IV: Biketopia. His political satire "The Devil's Advocates" is currently available for free (the link to this story can be found on his Facebook page).