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ECHO is a new sci-fi adventure from the minds behind Hitman

Ultra Ultra has announced ECHO, a third person sci-fi adventure developed by former members of IO Interactive.

Coming to PS4 and PC on September 19th, the stylish action title was revealed today with an impressive first trailer.

Developed by Ultra Ultra, a small team of eight people in Copenhagen, Denmark, ECHO appears to be a bleak dose of science fiction with an aesthetic to match.

You play as En, a space traveller having awoken after a century in cryosleep. Her destination is an ancient palace previously occupied by creatures that died eons ago.

Of course, she isn’t alone, and will soon have to contend with some strangely familiar enemies that resemble not only her appearance, but actions, too.

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Enemies imitate your strategy, adapting to your playstyle to ensure the challenge is never something you take for granted.

This sounds like a cool idea, and if done right, should provide plenty of room for experimentation and replay value.

Having contributed to the Hitman franchise in the past, Ultra Ultra is comprised of some talented devs who seem eager to strut their stuff. Sounds cool to us.

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