Planet Alpha is an Upcoming Sci-Fi Platformer From Former IO Dev


PLANET ALPHA is an atmospheric side-scrolling platform adventure game.

A project years in the making, Planet Alpha is the result of an idea from Adrian Lazar, an artist who previously worked at IO Interactive.

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You'll be making your way across an alien planet, escaping from "relentless enemies" as they chase you across the world.

But is the world as "tranquil and serene" as it seems, or is there something more sinister at work beneath the surface? Prior to his departure from IO, Lazar assisted on the development of Hitman (2017), Hitman: Absolution, and Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days. He gathered a small team, including Tim Løye Skafte for 3d art & animation and Tim Börrefors for level design, and they have been working tirelessly on the game since. According to Lazar, Team17 "truly believes in Planet Alpha as much as we do". "I can not wait to share our creation with the world", said Adrian Lazar, Creator of PLANET ALPHA.

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Debbie Bestwick, MBE, CEO of Team17 added, "At their best video games can take us to different worlds on wonderful journeys".

British publisher Team17 and Denmark-based independent developer Planet Alpha ApS today announced that the upcoming indie title Planet Alpha has officially joined the Team17 family. The world that Adrian and his team have made is one that I want to spend time in.

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According to the press release, Planet Alpha will launch this year for PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC via Steam.