Learn More About Lab Zero’s RPG Indivisible | Coming this Early 2019
PS4™ & XONE™ – North America
- A crowdfunded PS4, Xbox One, and PC platformer-RPG delayed to early 2019.
- Developed by Lab Zero Games and published by 505 Games.
- The game is practically done based on the developer’s update on the Steam community.
This 2019, an upcoming action RPG featuring a female main character named Ajna will steal your hearts as you set out on a globe-spanning adventure to uncover the truth behind her mysterious abilities. Skullgirls: Encore developer, Lab Zero, collaborated with publisher 505 Games to bring this promising RPG to PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
In case you don’t know, 505 Games will fund the development of the game’s playable prototype. Plus, a crowdfunding campaign was launched for the game back in 2015, garnering over $2M, which is way beyond the studios’ original goal.
Originally, Indivisible is slated for a 2018 release. However, the game didn’t make it to the scheduled release date and has been delayed until 2019. According to the developer, they need more time to properly work it out as the project ended up being much more demanding than they had originally imagined.
“While we did everything we could to prevent this from happening, the simple reality is that Indivisible ended up being a much larger project than we could have anticipated. This was not a decision we made lightly, nor did we make it alone. Needing more time to finish the game meant that we also needed more money. Fortunately, 505 Games has graciously funded the majority of the extension, and Lab Zero will be kicking in our Skullgirls royalties to cover the rest.”
Hey, everyone. We need more time to make #IndivisibleRPG the game we know it can be, so we're pushing the release to the first half of 2019. We guarantee it'll be worth the wait!
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) May 16, 2018
As of the moment, no concrete release date has been announced for the game yet beyond its early 2019 release. However, it seems like Indivisible is nearly done based on the developer’s update on the Steam page.
“This is it, folks – things are starting to get serious. Indivisible‘s launch (date still to be announced) is rapidly approaching. The game is more or less playable from beginning to end, albeit with some bugs and placeholder.”
You can read the full update HERE.
Well, it seems like we can expect for the game to come out anytime soon, folks. We’ll keep you updated!
What is the Game all About?
From the looks of it, Indivisible is a very promising, interesting, and challenging game. Although the game’s initial release has been delayed, it’s already impressive to see how this game plays. If you haven’t seen the game’s first gorgeous animated opening by Studio TRIGGER and Titmouse, you should watch it below.
Indivisible is inspired by classic RPGs like Valkyrie Profile and Super Metroid, but with the unique characters and gameplay depth, the developer is known for. With its fresh spin on action/RPG gameplay, a deep storyline inspired by Southeast Asian and other world mythologies, Lab Zero’s trademark feature-quality 2D hand-drawn animation, and a lush soundtrack from legendary Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta, Indivisible will surely bring a new taste of RPG to the table.
Story & Gameplay
This game brings you to the World of Loka. You will follow the role of a young woman named (AHZH-na), whose village was destroyed by mysterious beings. Upon discovering a hidden power within herself, Ajna decides to seek vengeance for her poor village and discover the ones responsible for its downfall.
Join Ajna on her quest to discover the truth behind her mysterious powers and the evil beings who devastated their land. You will be joined by a variety of unique heroes and discover more about yourself and the World of Loka. Along the way, you will gain new abilities that enable you to traverse environments that were before undiscovered. Of course, aside from traveling through the seven various regions, you should also be ready to battle and defeat enemies along the way.
Straight from the Developer
You can also check out some game updates straight from the Indivisible’s Twitter account. Go check them all out below!
We're got a new #IndivisibleRPG update for you today, revealing Kushi and Altun's animations and gameplay!
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) March 15, 2019
Knowing how to block as a group is critical when facing a Manote Thiha. pic.twitter.com/zbaLPC7FTL
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) March 11, 2019
You know it's a bad hair day when the hair fights back. pic.twitter.com/vMuaUGU0Vf
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) February 22, 2019
You need the right team for the job. Who's your favorite four? pic.twitter.com/RhYwyRXqvc
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) February 14, 2019
Who needs an umbrella when you're as quick as Ajna? pic.twitter.com/6tZfm45v8Q
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) February 5, 2019
Watch your step. There might be a Kabandha hiding there. pic.twitter.com/A1xBThIHoH
— Indivisible (@IndivisibleRPG) January 18, 2019
Don’t forget to pick up the game here at Playasia when the game drops this year! Pre-order now open.
In 2019 I hopefully will be able to get the following games (PS4);
– tales of Vesperia
– YIIK a postmodern rpg
– Kingdom Hearts 3
– bloodstained ritual of the night
— bloodbootie (@bloodbootie) December 26, 2018
— GeoTheHero (@GeorgeRottkamp) October 19, 2015
— John Alexander (@1MayoRice1) October 8, 2015
I have a lot of steam games I haven't played in awhile & I believe there was a summer sale. Yeah, PS4 games are expensive
For 2019, KH3, Devil May Cry 5, Metro, Indivisible, & CrackDown 3. You?
— Ryan Ramkelawan (@ryanramkelawan) July 14, 2018
once Lab Zero Games action RPG/metroidvania Indivisible releases in the first half of 2019 on PC, PS4, Xone and Nintendo Switch system its over for you binches
— Shan @ EXPECTATIONS EXCEEDED (@ondoruragitan) August 2, 2018
Gotta be some kind of law against stacking the awesome like that…
— Russ Makes Stuff (@byRussellIsler) July 17, 2018
I don't even know what this is but I love it.
— Doctor Sea Monster (@JackCain) July 17, 2018
These levels of hype are too real for this game pic.twitter.com/DWWnvbqJxu
— Victoria Von Violet (@ZackVanDelinder) July 16, 2018