During Summer Game Fest Developers Fallen Leaf Studio and Black Drakkar Games announced Fort Solis, a single-player third-person horror game.
According to the devs, Fort Solis is set over one long night on the far side of Mars, which begins when Engineer Jack Leary responds to a routine alarm, but quickly events unravel and escalate out of control in a way he could never have imagined.
Read on for everything we know about the game so far.
18 Aug Update - Checked for the latest Fort Solis news. All the most recent updates are found just below.
At the time of writing Fort Solis does not have a confirmed release date, with the website for the game and its steam listing simply stating that the game is “coming soon”.
When it does arrive the game will be on PC for Steam. There’s no word on a console release for the game just yet.
There’s only one trailer for Fort Solis so far and you’ll find it just below.
What We Know About The Game So Far
Here’s what we’ve been told about the game so far, directly from the developers themselves on the game’s Steam page listing:
Fort Solis is a single-player third-person thriller set on the far side of Mars. Engineer Jack Leary responds to a routine alarm. Upon arriving at a dormant Fort Solis he becomes unnerved by the lack of any staff at the base. As the night grows longer events begin to unravel and spiral out of control. The mystery of what Fort Solis was created for starts to appear along with its crew. Can Jack escape with what he has discovered and more importantly, his life?
It’s also been confirmed that Troy Baker (The Last of Us) and Roger Clark (Red Dead Redemption 2) will star in leading roles for the game.
Key Gameplay Features
- Key Sequences – Huge narrative moments that are fully playable with multiple outcomes. Each containing actions that have story-changing consequences.
- Immersive Storytelling – High fidelity world aiming to be as immersive and captivating as the performances of our cast.
- Explore Fort Solis – One large base location encompassing over nine individual structures, all containing surface and sub-surface levels. Players can play on the surface of Mars or simply progress by remaining below the surface. The choice is theirs!