Spiders, the Paris-based developer of Bound by Flame, has announced its next game: The Technomancer.

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The Technomancer is described as a post-apocalyptic action RPG set in a cyberpunk world, and is due out for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2016. Publisher Focus Home Interactive released a few images, below. (That's art there on the right.)

For combat, expect four different skill trees and three different fighting styles. Out of combat, there's conversation dialogue and a story that reacts to the decisions you make. The story, apparently, has up to five different endings. Also, there's a crafting system for weapons and armour for yourself and your companions.

The action takes place on Mars, with the Technomancer on the run from the Secret Police.

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