Full version of Dex released today on Windows, Mac and Linux

The full version of cyberpunk action RPG, Dex, has just been released by developers Dreadlocks Ltd on Windows, Mac, Linux and will be coming to OUYA and Wii U soon.

After being funded through a Kickstarter campaign in December 2013, the game has been available through the Steam Early Access Program since August 2014.

Dex is a 2D side scrolling cyberpunk role-playing game, with a focus on exploration and non-linear gameplay. The game features hacking, hand to hand and gun combat and varied paths and ways to deal with missions and characters.

The cyberpunk open world RPG is about discovering the truth behind an AI, “who is striving to reach the Singularity, an ‘event horizon’ in which an Artificial Intelligence will surpass human intelligence and all bets about the future will be off.” The game is based heavily around exploration and learning about Harbor Prime, a futuristic city, designed in tribute to classic cyberpunk games from the 90s.

This is the first PC and console game from developers, Dreadlocks Ltd, who are an independent developer based in Prague, Czech Republic who was founded back in 2011.

Check out the launch trailer for Dex below, showing off the futuristic city Harbor Prime and go check out the game on Steam. Are you a cyberpunk fanatic? Let us know in the comments!

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Dex is available through Steam and Humble Bundle on Windows, Mac, Linux and soon to be OUYA and Wii U.

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Seamus Mullins
Gamer of every genre, but often prefers just buying games and looking at them and the pretty covers rather than ever playing them. A writer from Australia, currently studying Journalism and hoping to make it big one day in writing.

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