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Project: Rubikon

#ScreenshotS(un)aturday

Rubikon

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Final shot of our first of five scenes with dynamic weather and day / night cycle.
Next scene will be revealed on next #ScreenshotSaturday, so stay tuned!

Music by Hinterheim

https://rubikon.dev
https://www.reddit.com/r/Rubikon_Game/
https://www.instagram.com/rubikongame/




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