PAX Online x EGX Digital

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events: Home Edition

12th – 20th
September 2020

Solace State

  • Available on PC
  • Genre Action & Adventure / Role-Playing / Simulation
  • Release date 2021
  • Exhibitor Leftfield Collection

Solace State is an intimate choice-driven cyberpunk game about a young hacker, Chloe, who comes to her political awakening as she seeks out her friends in a sci-fi surveillance society. Your choices in immersive conversations, the kindling of relationships, and escalating tensions lead to multiple endings. Change the personal, revolutionize the political.

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Merch showcase

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