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Beyond a Steel Sky: Beyond a Steel Book Edition

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Genre: Adventure, Indie, Puzzle

Platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S

Versions: See 2 more versions of this game

Beyond A Steel Sky: Beyond A SteelBook Edition Includes: Base Game, Limited Edition SteelBook featuring comic artwork by Dave Gibbons, Sticker Sheet, Digital Original Soundtrack The World: An adventure set within a dynamic world, populated by willful characters and driven by motivations that the player can subvert; In combination with a unique hacking tool, multiple solutions to puzzles emerge from the player's choices The S... Read More


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Storyline

Beyond a Steel Sky takes place within a far-future Earth, in which mega-cities, such as Union City, exist within a world that has been ravaged by nuclear war and disasters. While those who reside in such cities are subject to their laws and views on society by major corporations, those who reside outside them in the vast wastes (referred to as The Gap), live within tribal communities that survive on trading, hunting and other skills, with such people referred to by city dwellers as Gaplanders. The game's story is set ten years after the events of Beneath a Steel Sky, and focuses on the life of Robert Foster - a Gaplander who formally resided in Union City as a child, until certain events led to him being exiled unwillingly and raised by a local tribe that found him. The plot, written by Charles Cecil, focuses on the concept of how an AI would interpret a prime directive to make people happy.