Vengeance is Mine Has Time-Manipulating Mech Combat

Published: September 12, 2022 11:05 AM /


Vengeance is Mine trailer screenshot presumably showing off the mech suit.

Vengeance is Mine, an upcoming mech title that has you seeking revenge and bending time, is releasing in 2024 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. If you've been playing MechWarrior 5 and want something different, Vengeance is Mine might scratch that mech-related itch. Let's talk about it, shall we?

What's Vengeance is Mine all about?

Vengeance is Mine has players playing as Gabriel Jaeger, who was killed by time travelers. Said travelers were heading back to 1664 in order to obtain an old piece of technology called the Deacon, which is a military installation buried under the streets of New Amsterdam. Charles Jaeger takes control of the Deacon and explains to his people that they're going to use the Deacon to meet Robert Wright, their spiritual leader who is beyond space and time. 


Everything seems to be going hunky dory until Gabriel, who barely survived his purported assassination, comes back for revenge. He's wielding a prototype Hydra suit that comes with a time-manipulation mechanic. The mechanic allows you to speed up time and blink towards enemies. You can also use it to rewind time to adjust combos and evade being murdered again. The suit comes with a projectile weapon that will allow you to shoot foes from a distance.

Vengeance is Mine screenshot showing off the mech that you will be using.
Vengeance will eventually be yours. Credit to Gematsu.

Who is developing Vengeance is Mine?

The developer on Vengeance is Mine is Soleil, a studio whose name you might be familiar with (more on which in a moment). The game is being published by 110 Industries. The creative director of that studio, Sergei Kolobashkin, says Vengeance is Mine will "be completed in 2023 and launch in [the first half of] 2024". He says Soleil is "the best team ever" for developing this game, and with former Final Fantasy XV and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice luminaries on board, he's not wrong.

If Soleil sounds familiar, that's because they're also working on Valkyrie Elysium, Project EDO, and Wanted: Dead. They've also worked on Ninjala, Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time, and Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker. That's a decent pedigree, and with the aforementioned staffers from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and Final Fantasy XV working on Vengeance is Mine as well, this looks like one to watch.


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