Hover: Revolt of Gamers is set to release tomorrow on Steam, and to celebrate it, the team behind the game have released the official launch trailer for the title. The trailer itself is set to the music “Heaven Up” by Hideki Naganuma, who was the composer of the classic game Jet Set Radio. Hover was inspired from that title in part. The game is meant to be both fun and one you can enjoy with friends no matter what you do, all the while being the loudest and flashiest game it can be.
Hover: Revolt of Gamers takes place on a distant world that was living a good life in Hover City. That is until someone decided to cut communications with the Galactic Union. They essentially set up a dictatorship where fun and expression are strictly banned, and any kind of true entertainment has been wiped out.
Naturally, you aren’t going to let that stand. Right?
You lead a group of rebels called The Gamers. You use your special technology to do parkour tricks that allow you to roam the city how you want, help people, deface propaganda, and of course, find a way to get to the tower so you can sabotage it and get a communication line to the Union so they can help you.
Hover: Revolt of Gamers offers you a very free experience by giving you an entire city to roam. You can do parkour tricks, compete in races, complete challenges, all in your own style. Plus, you can have your friends jump in and out of the game at any point in time. Upgrade and unlock characters to get even more out of it, and show the “man” who’s the boss, and why fun can never be defeated. The game will be out on Steam tomorrow.