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Panic’s first developer showcase had flies, football, and very messy food

Composite image of key art taken from Panic’s publisher showcase featuring a picture of a fly, a soccer ball against a stylistic blue background, and a tower of hamburger components stacked on top of one another.
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Today, Panic put on its very first game publisher showcase. The showcase was short but very sweet, featuring some of the most interesting and innovative indie games coming to PlayStation, Xbox, PC, and Switch. Here are all the highlights, including a surprise announcement from the makers of Untitled Goose Game.


Arco comes from an international team of developers, artists, and storytellers. It’s a tactical action game that pits regular people against an all-powerful corporate gang. In the reveal trailer, the diverse landscapes exude so much ecological detail rendered in pixel graphics, and the combat seems like a real-time action game. Arco is due on Steam in 2024.

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