children of the sun

Children Of The Sun’s Release Date Has Been Revealed

With precision.

Children of the Sun, the abstract puzzle sniper experience from developer René Rother and published by the heroes at Devolver Digital, has marked out a release date of April 9th for PC.

The game, which Brodie called potentially “the year’s lethally replayable response to Neon White” in his hands-on preview, stars a one-woman army on a journey of revenge against a mysterious cult and its leader. To that end, players will engage in a series of puzzle-like scenarios where “The Girl” has just one bullet in the chamber to take out a number of cultists – redirecting said bullet in real time to travel between targets, trigger traps and alter the environment to dead-ify all of her targets in one deafening crack.

And in case you’re not yet convinced, there’s also a demo available right now on Steam to download and play.

You can check out the Release Date Trailer for Chldren of the Sun below:

“On a deadly road trip into darkness, control the path of a single bullet and unleash a fury of vengeance on the sinister cult that ruined your life in this tactical puzzle-shooter.

“Burning with anger, THE GIRL wages a one-woman war against THE CULT, taking them down cultist by cultist, bullet by bullet, until she reaches her true target: THE LEADER. Along the way she will unravel the dark truth about this mysterious order and the atrocities committed by them in the name of their master.

“With just one bullet—which can be re-aimed on impact, smashed through armor, and guided around obstacles—you have to take out large groups of cultists in a single rapid burst of violence. Style, efficiency, and speed.

“In this tactical third-person puzzle-shooter you assume control of one bullet, guiding it through increasingly complex and challenging levels to kill cultists, trigger traps, and reshape the environment. Every shot counts and ruthless precision is rewarded. Taking down THE CULT is deeply satisfying; doing it with style even more so.” – Devolver Digital/René Rother