Open-world RPG for PC, Skylight Freerange 2: Gachduine, has had its demo released as of today, and the full version will be out on August 31.
Skylight Freerange 2: Gachduine takes place in Nova Scotia in 2048, where you take control of the Gachduine, a resistance group unknown to the public, who are fighting the Cult of the Symbiote, a regulations group that is attempting to take control of every aspect of Nova Scotian life in the guise of making the province a safer place under their complete rule.
The player will be able to alter the main story through a major choice midway through the main quest, as well as at the game's start, where they can either import a save file from Skylight Freerange 1 or choose the setting's past to change the story, available characters and final battles.
The player will also be able to explore an open world with optional dungeons containing rare weapons, side quests with consequences that add up to 1 of 3 ultimate side quests, and social situations where they can make friends with their team members, enter relationships and in some cases have them move in with them, as well as eventually engage in group activities (such as starting an online guild, guys/girls night out, etc.) later on.
The XNA 3.1 Redistributable is required (and included) to play Skylight Freerange 2: Gachduine.
The demo can be found here. The demo has enough content in the area of 30 minutes to 2.5 hours, depending on how much you do and explore outside of the main quest, what difficulty, speed of the player, etc.
Skylight Freerange 2: Gachduine contains a lot of mature content and is no way suitable for younger audiences.