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1%%%%%% Speculative troping is not allowed on TV Tropes.%%%% We trope what DOES happen in works, not what MIGHT happen or is LIKELY to happen.%%%% For unreleased works where all we have to go on is advertising and other supplemental materials, we have some detailed guidelines, which can be found at Administrivia/CreatingAWorkPageForAnUpcomingWork.%%%% If you have questions, please consult the Unreleased Work Speculation Cleanup thread: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=15514631230A64268600%%%% Thank you.%%%%[[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/oddworld_soulstorm.png]] ''Oddworld: Soulstorm'' is an upcoming PlatformGame developed by Oddworld Inhabitents, and the sixth entry in ''VideoGame/{{Oddworld}}'', slated for release in 2020. It will be a re-imagining of ''Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus'' as it was originally envisioned, as opposed to a straight remake like ''New 'n' Tasty'' was for ''Abe's Oddysee''.!!The game provides examples of:* DenialOfDiagonalAttack: Averted for your enemies, the Sligs, as the trailer clearly shows them shooting diagonally downwards from the upper platforms, which has already caused much consternation for the long-time players in the comments.* ItemCrafting: The trailer outright refers to looting, battling and crafting their way.* NightmarishFactory: The trailer outright describes the setting as an "industrial hell". It's quite justified, too, considering that those factories are driven by practically naked slaves like Abe, until he ends up starting a rebellion. * SceneryGorn: Much like the previous game, but Soulstorm's trailer extends it to a shipping container sorting plant, which despite its mundane function, still feels ominous and oppressive, with exposed scaffolding and with jets of flame blasting from just about anywhere.----

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