If you click on a link and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. Read our editorial policy.

A Glimpse Of Our Cyberfuture In Neon Struct Trailer

First-person stealth thriller

Hands up: who wants to be a secret cyberagent on the lam in the garish and cruel future? You'll note that you can't raise your hand, as while you were all distracted by that screenshot, I snuck around breaking your arms. And that, MI6, is why you should defs hire me once you get into the cyberagent game. It's also why I'm quite keen to play Neon Struct [official site].

Minor Key Games, the teensy team team behind Alec-pleasing Lovecraft 'em up Eldritch, have dropped a new trailer to reveal a May 20th release date. It's well data, yeah?

Neon Struct is a first-person stealth thriller set in that ever-grim dystopian future. There, the government are hunting for former spy Jillian Cleary after she was framed for treason, and she's out to clear her name and unravel conspiracies and treachery and all that. Naturally, this will involve an awful lot of sneaking. Have a look:

I've seen grumbling about its look before, but I think Minor Key do well with the resources they have and form an attractive and coherent style within those limitations. Given the choice between having a first-person 3D stealth game from them or not, pssh, that's a no-brainer.

Neon Struct is coming to Windows, Mac, and Linux. Its development blog is good reading too.

About the Author

Alice O'Connor avatar

Alice O'Connor

News Editor

When not writing news, Alice may be found in the sea.

Support Rock Paper Shotgun

Subscribe and get access to supporter-only articles, an ad-free reading experience, free gifts, and game discounts. Your support helps us create more great writing about PC games.

See more information

More News

Latest Articles

Rock Paper Shotgun logo

We've been talking, and we think that you should wear clothes

Total coincidence, but we sell some clothes

Rock Paper Shotgun Merch