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Scivelation (previously known as Salvation) is an upcoming third-person shooter being developed by Ukranian developer Black Wing Foundation for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It is scheduled to be released in late 2010.
Plot[edit | edit source]
In the distant future, the world is rocked to its core by the arrival of the Apocalypse. Though many predicted the ultimate confrontation between the Forces of Good and Evil, no one foresaw that the two forces would eliminate each other and leave the world in ruin. From the ashes of this catastrophic event, a new global government, known as the Regime, rose to power to fill the void left by the previous conflict. However, the Regime uses its militaristic power to spread its oppressive ideologies throughout the world and demands unquestionable obedience from all its subjects. Yet, there are some who refuse to follow in step with the Regime's global vision. Known simple as "the Resistance," this band of freedom fighter seeks to liberate the world from the oppressive rule of the government. United in their desire to stop the Regime, around the globe, Resistance cells disrupt the Regime war machine and bring truth to the world otherwise bombarded by propaganda.
In Scivelation, two individuals' stories will rise into an unrelenting story of survival. Mikhail Ivanov, a Captain of the Moscow Resistance Cell, is a grizzled combat veteran.
Alongside Mikhail, Elisha Amano is another character with a vendetta against the global government. Formerly a scientist working in tandem with the Regime, Elisha was working on perfecting the human genomes in an attempt to eradicate diseases.
Development[edit | edit source]
The game was initially known as Salvation and it was being developed using the Source Engine for PC and Xbox 360. A teaser trailer of this version was released in 2008. On October 2009 it was announced that a publisher has been found and the game was reintroduced as Scivelation running on the Unreal Engine 3 and being developed for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.