Eternal Threads is a time-twisting narrative adventure from Cosmonaut Studios and Secret Mode. While it is out only on PC, the console versions will be coming out this year. This is a non-linear, sandbox narrative puzzle adventure, and players will have to “fix” time while facing the consequences as well. The Eternal Threads PC version is available now through Steam.
Eternal Threads is out now on PC
Check out the launch trailer for Eternal Threads, which gives us a pretty good look at not just the world, but gameplay as well. You can watch it below.
In Eternal Threads, you will be playing as Operative 43, who has been tasked to fix corruption in a timestream. This takes place in England and you are sent back to 2015. Here you will be investigating a house fire that took the lives of six people. Players will have to not only fix the timestream, but save everyone as well, and ensure that they manage to survive the fire.
Players have full control over the timeline, and they can go through the same scenarios multiple times, and figure out what they really need to do. Solving one thing can mess up another, so you’ll have to keep tinkering with the timeline to solve the entire corruption.
Eternal Threads on Steam
You can purchase the game directly from Steam at the following link. There is a launch discount of 10% as well, which will end on 26th May 2022.
Eternal Threads System Requirements
To play the game on PC, you need the following specifications.
Eternal Threads Minimum Requirements
- OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
- Processor: AMD FX 6300 X6 / Intel Core i5-3570K
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: 2 GB VRAM, Radeon 7870 / GeForce GTX 660
- DirectX: Version 11
The title isn’t very demanding and should run well on a variety of systems. The store page doesn’t list the recommended requirements, but I managed to play it at 1440p easily on my RTX 3060.
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