Launch Trailer

Survive on Mars

E3 2016 Trailer

Companions Trailer

Gameplay Trailer

Life and Death on Mars

First Contact Trailer

Gamescom 2015 Trailer

Genre
Action/RPG

Release
June 28, 2016

Age Rating
PEGI: 16+
ESRB: Mature

Publisher
Focus Home Interactive

Play The Technomancer

The Technomancer is a Sci-fi RPG set on Mars during the War of Water, where an aspiring Technomancer faces a myriad of questions as his future grows threatened by the secrets of his past.

Technomancers are "mage-warriors", who harness, thanks to an innate talent, destructive electrical-based powers, amplified by their cybernetic implants. Both respected and feared by all, they are fearsome warriors trained from a young age to fight. You are one of them, about to finally pass your initiation rite to become a fully-fledged Technomancer.

The Technomancer will offer players action-oriented combat gameplay along four different skill trees, focusing on 3 different fighting styles and the destructive electric-focused powers of the Technomancers. But all situations aren’t necessarily to be dealt with brute strength, with dynamic conversation dialogue playing a deep role in quests, changing the story depending on the decisions you make. Craft equipment, weapons and armor for yourself and for the companions you’ll recruit along your adventure, nurturing relationships with them.

On the run from the Secret Police and confronted by the harsh realities of the Red Planet, you must undertake a quest that takes you through forgotten paradises, cities lost under the ice, and dystopian shanties sprawled across Mars’ dusty embrace.

Faced with the cruelty of Mars’ iron-fist enforcers and alien wild-life, can you survive long enough to uncover the truth behind The Technomancer?

The Technomancer
The Technomancer Soundtrack

Composed by Olivier Derivière

Discover the retropunk, tribal scifi soundtrack of The Technomancer!

All of the live instruments used on "The Technomancer" OST are home made and based on junk, piece of plastic and metal to capture and transmit the harsh conditions of the people left all alone on Mars. These instruments have been created by Nicolas Bras from "Musique de Nulle Part".