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Save a Cyberpunk City in NeuroNet, Coming to PC 2022

August 16, 2021

By: Robert N. Adams

 
 

Dream Harvest has a cool new game on the way — get ready to save a cyberpunk city in NeuroNet: Mendax Proxy, a decision-making game inspired by the likes of Reigns.

NeuroNet: Mendax Proxy has you playing a somewhat unusual character: an artificial intelligence. Everyone in the city has different needs and desires and you'll have to make decisions that will affect the fates of everyone. Along the way, you'll meet 23 fully voice-acted characters, each of whom will present you with new challenges.

 

Much like Reigns, the choices you make will influence four meters representing the city and your relationship with it:

  • Financial – How prosperous the city is.
  • Perception – The public's opinion of your A.I. character.
  • Order – A measure of how well law and order remain in effect.
  • Power – How much power your A.I. has.

Presumably, draining any of these meters to zero will result in some kind of disaster (if not an outright game over as can happen in the Reigns games), as will pushing any of them to the maximum. Naturally, your decisions will have effects throughout the rest of the story.

 
 

Speaking of the story, NeuroNet promises to provide players with over six hours of gameplay. Along the way, you'll get to experience more than 5,000 story events on your journey to build a better life for people.

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Your decisions will determine the fate of the city — choose wisely.

When is the NeuroNet Release Date?

The NeuroNet release date will be sometime in the first quarter of 2022; the developers have not yet detailed a more specific release date just yet, nor has a price been announced.

 
 

NeuroNet: Mendax Proxy looks like a pretty cool game, but you'll have to wait a few months to play it. For now, you can add NeuroNet to your wishlist on Steam or add it to your wishlist on the Epic Games Store.

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