No Plan B is a strategy title about planning rescues and heists

The developer of Gladiabots, GFX47, has announced a brand new tactical planning title called No Plan B. In this game players have a squad of three characters that partake in different mission types, including hostage rescue and pulling off heists. Each squad member will have their own traits to help with pulling off the jobs. Before carrying out missions players will be able to plan the routes each squad member uses as well as the equipment.

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No Plan B’s features include:

  •  Plan, Preview, Proceed: Master the innovative timeline system and the full-control 3D camera to design and execute a perfect plan using the intuitive, no-fuss interface.

  •  Boom, headshot: Choose from a list of firearms, armor, and grenades – each with its pros and cons – to make sure your team has the right gear for the situation.

  •  Long haul or short bursts: Take on brutal FTL-like campaigns with units and resource management, or short but intense stand-alone missions.

  •  Hero or villain: Take on different missions with different stakes, rescue hostages, or prep for a bank heist (we’re not judging)

  • Infinite replayability: Players can create their own maps and missions using the built-in mission generator, and play new challenges created by the community.

There will be a demo available for No Plan B during Steam Game Festival giving players the chance to play through three different missions. Sébastien Dubois is the person behind the GFX47 studio, and he was previously at Ubisoft where he worked on Might & Magic Heroes: Kingdoms, Dungeon of the Endless, and Endless Space 2.

Source: Press Release

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2 Comments

  1. Sounds like Door Kickers, so if it’s anything like that it should be really good!

  2. Should’ve got Plan B to do the soundtrack.

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