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Sir, You Are Being Hunted gets gameplay trailers

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Sir, You Are Being Hunted is an interesting little game that’s gearing up to hit PC, Mac and Linux platforms this July.

It is basically an open world survival title that prides itself on its procedurally generated environments. Kickstarter regulars might remember it from its successful campaign on the crowd-funding website which ended in December last year. Its two videos that have been released now, go on to explain its gameplay aspects in depth.

Big Robot Games is the name of the studio which is developing this title, with founder and games journalist-turned-designer, Jim Rossignol, handling it as well. A bleak British landscape is used as the setting for this offering, and its steampunk art style is also something worth noticing.

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