Mech Mechanic Simulator Announced by We. The Revolution Developers

Published: March 25, 2020 10:20 AM /


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Today, Polyslash, the developers of We. The Revolution, have announced Mech Mechanic Simulator for release later this year.

In 2121, the game takes place on the artificial island of Katwir, which is home to three of the world's largest and most innovative companies. Now that mechs are becoming a reality, the world is quickly becoming ruled by them. Cars are long forgotten, and the only thing that matters is mechs and how you can make money off of them. Good thing you are a mech mechanic, amirite?

As a mech mechanic, the player will be competing with the largest corporations. While doing so, they will be creating a company that will focus on deconstructing, repairing, and improving giant robots. 

While fixing the robots, the player will diagnose parts that need to be replace and detach broken parts and order new ones. However, that doesn't mean that they can't be reused. Basically, fix whatever possible and then sell, melt or craft your old parts into something new.

The player can earn jobs by repainting mechs while others must be adapted to their new jobs and all of the mechs in the game have different purposes. The player can also buy prototype designs, develop them on their own, and as a specialist in everything.

When becoming known as a mech mechanic, the player's reputation is critical, as the player becomes more popular and businesses become more reluctant to work with you, making you compete with the biggest companies out there. This means that increasingly large amounts of money will have to be made to keep up with the needs of your workshop, buying mech parts, and assuaging your clients' growing expectations.

Mech Mechanic Simulator will arrive on Steam later this year. For more information, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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