We have even more gameplay to take in for Project Haven after the short little wait and this new bit has Code Three Fifty One walking us through some of the mechanics out there. Not just something that we had before when the project first hopped onto the scene, but a little more in the way of how things could function when it launches on the PC later this year. Project Haven is starting to look to be a bit more than just another squad tactics title that we have had a little bit of a handle on before. Not that we have seen massive waves of these games out there recently, but we have had some great entries to the list that have kept it all flowing just a bit more.
You can see it all in action just a bit lower, but what we have here walks us through a slightly different mission than we saw before for Project Haven and how some of the combat mechanics work. It highlights a bit more on the fact that targeting is not always a 100% success rate and positioning will play a key factor in the mix of it all too. Just as we have seen in many of the other games in the pool that Project Haven. Not that it is a bad thing, but that they are working with tools that have been working well for so many out there. I know I cannot wait to see how it all shakes out a bit more as we get closer to a launch.
Project Haven — Gameplay Walkthrough
Project Haven brings a gritty dystopian story, along with the intricate mechanics of the classics, to the Tactical Turn-Based genre.
Did you expect much of a deviation for Project Haven from the genre or is it a good sign they are using what has been tried and true out there? Do you think it will shift further into the development they go or will we keep seeing the improvement on the systems? Will the story be the bigger highlight in this title or could we see the gameplay shift it forward in the industry? Tell us what you are thinking down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. As more for Project Haven drops out there, we will aim to share it with you here. All you need to do is keep checking back for all of that and much more.