Developers Fool's Theory and IMGN.PRO today announced that their upcoming isometric action RPG Seven: The Days Long Gone has gone gold. The companies also used the opportuntiy to confirm details of the Steam release of the game on December 1, 2017. Like the GOG.com and Humble Store releases, the game will be available in a standard edition priced at $29.99/€29.99/£27.99 and a Digital Collector's Edition containing a digital art book, the soundtrack, a digital map, and a digital guidebook priced at $39.99/€39.99/£37.99.
In addition to the release update, a new trailer is available detailing the game's approach to movement. Players control the master thief Teriel, who has been symbiotically possessed by the demon Artanak. As a master thief, Teriel has the ability to climb walls, leap over gaps, slip through windows, grab onto ledges, evade attacks and slide past or leap over enemies. He can also pick locks, hack electronics, or hide in the shadows as he investigates the secrets of the prison island of Peh.