Take control of a hot-headed reporter named UEDI (pronounced ‘Weddy’), as she infiltrates a world placed on interplanetary lockdown by its ruling dictator Hazuki. Hunting for both an estranged friend and the inside-story on Hazuki's nefarious plans, which are locked deep within his impenetrable citadel, UEDI is thrown into a war. Her only hope for survival is to join the rebellion.
Roam the beautiful open world, loot rations, craft supplies, fight mech, repair vehicles and delve deep into the fractured history of Hazuki's World.
UEDI is an outsider in this strange world, bold and head-strong but also in over her head. As her abilities develop so does her personality and her relationships with the rebels.
We all like to look good while kicking some mechanical ass, right?
Will UEDI emerge enlightened or will she be forever trapped in the shadow of the citadel?
16 June 2020, London, UK - Indie dev Onion Soup Interactive announced today that a time limited demo of UEDI: Shadow of the Citadel will be playable during the Summer edition of the Steam Game Festival (16 June 2020 - 22 June 2020).
In UEDI: Shadow of the Citadel players will shoot and loot their way through a huge open world ARPG featuring a colourful 80's anime aesthetic and soundtrack. The good news is players will get a 20+ minute taste of what's to come in this awesome time-limited demo!
Dev Live Stream and Discord Q&A:
To celebrate this playable slice of UEDI: Shadow of the Citadel the developers invite players to join their Dev Live Stream and Discord Q&A on June 20 at 4pm (BST)/ 8am (PDT)/ 11am (EDT), where future features will be revealed including player customisation, story characters and drivable vehicles. Onion Soup encourages players to set a reminder for the Dev Live Stream and Discord Q&A and help support UEDI: Shadow of the Citadel by adding the game to their Steam Wishlist via the Steam store page: Store.steampowered.com
About Onion Soup Interactive
Onion Soup Interactive is made up of Andy and Amy: the nomad developers with no fixed abode! Their love of adventure and pushing boundaries is what makes them tick and it’s why they want to create unique experiences; everyone is welcome to join them for the ride. Andy Madin is the sole developer, Amy Madin is the community manager and costume designer for UEDI. They draw from gaming’s rich history to create truly original experiences: how else could the existence of Nippon Marathon really be explained? Learn more at Onionsoupinteractive.com<
Anime-styled open world action-RPG coming to Steam. Indie developer Onion Soup Interactive announced its latest game, UEDI: Shadow of the Citadel. The...