Gamechanging First Person Title Histera Announced from Amsterdam-based studio StickyLock Games

by Chris Camilleri
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StickyLock Games, an indie game developer based in Amsterdam, has announced that they are developing a game-changer among first-person shooters. StickyLock’s big development debut is titled Histera, and the full game is planned to release early 2022.
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Histera is a multiplayer first-person shooter that takes place in multiple simulated eras and moments in history as well as in the future. It is possible for players to run around in high-tech armor fighting a rebel uprising, or stomp around in primitive clothes with improvised weapons and fighting a rival tribe. Experience vastly different surroundings, outfits and weapons that will force you to change tactics and resources. The game will also include several unique never-before-seen features, competitive e-sports style gameplay and an amazing level-editor option for all players.

StickyLock’s team consists of over 40 creative artists and developers who have been working on the new title for the last 2 years. “By using the latest Unity DOTS and Netcode we can bring some unique features to this game,” said lead developer Mitchel Alberts. “We are working hard to bring it to Steam for early access by the end of this year.”


Instead of just throwing a game out there, StickyLock Games decided to get the community involved throughout the development process. As a community member, you will be able to see how the game goes from concept to final product, make suggestions for improvements, vote on new features, join public playtests and much more!


Histera is developed and published by StickyLock Games and planned to be released in 2022 on all major platforms including VR. Steam early access is scheduled for late 2021.

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