Biped Gameplay Trailer

Biped is a journey for two characters, Aku and Sila. But it’s also an emotional journey for you and a friend. It could be played solo, but these types of games are always better with friends. Now, a brand-new gameplay trailer has announced that Biped is coming to PC on March 27, so you’re running out of time to find a suitable partner to undertake this expedition with.

In this co-op action-adventure, the beacons on Earth have gone dark. You and your cute companion have been tasked with the challenging job of reactivating the beacons and once again illuminating our planet on the interstellar map. You’ll need to traverse across a beautiful world in order to accomplish this task.

Check out some heartwarming gameplay and collaborative conquering in the latest trailer for Biped below.

“The theme of Biped is ‘Together’,” said a developer from Next Studios. “We wish to invite players to rediscover the heartwarming moments of being with friends and family, communicating and sharing an adventure together.”

One step at a time

In Biped, you control your robot’s two legs, using the left and right mouse button or the two sticks on a controller. While having two legs that work independently of one another is convenient for your human body, they’re a little tricky to operate on your robot. But, once mastered, you can perform a range of moves that will help you on your journey.

Biped Gameplay Leg Movement

Learn to walk all over again.

As you puzzle your way through the paths that lead to the planetary beacons, you’ll explore a range of environments, from secret forests to icy mountaintops. Collecting treasures and buying goofy hats will also allow players to customize their robots.

Biped will be available for PC via Steam. Make sure you don’t miss out on its March 27 launch by wishlisting the game on Steam now.

Logan Broadley
Logan is an enthusiastic player of games (sometimes too enthusiastic according to his wife at 2 AM), and a video game reviewer, esports writer and gaming news writer. Originally from South Africa, he started out as a writer in advertising agencies, but has since moved on to a much higher calling: video games.

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