Volume, Mike Bithell’s sci-fi, stealth action retelling of the Robin Hood legend, launched today. To celebrate the release, the developer is offering a 10% discount until August 24.
Bithell's follow-up to indie platformeris set in a futuristic vision of London, where master thief Locksley finds himself taking a stand against the corrupt and powerful Gisborne Industries.
"Locksley doesn't kill," reads the Steam page entry. "That would be far too easy. Instead, he commits his crimes through stealth. Sneaking, distracting, avoiding. As he grows in popularity and notoriety, so will his inventory. An arsenal of gadgets await discovery in a quest to rob from the rich and give to the unheard."
As well as one hundred levels offering various stealth challenges, the game ships with editing tools, allowing players to create their own content. You can play the main story campaign with both pre-made or fan-created maps.
It looks like a snazzy, modern version of Metal Gear Solid's. And it has , which is pretty cool.