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Tryst is a competitive RTS in which players experience reactive environmental dangers, a breadth of unique units and most importantly the A.R.M. - the Augmentation Research Mechanism. This feature allows the player to equip units with specific load-outs to change their natural advantages and disadvantages.

These features are laid upon a solid foundation of core RTS features like base building, structure-unit dependency and resource management.
Finally, Tryst releases with the first Chapter of the ‘Unwanted Legacies’ story arc, told in the perspective of Oliver Petrovich, reluctant heir to the rule of Ishtonia.
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