Pixel-Art Action RPG ‘Ocean’s Heart’ is Coming to Steam

Pixel-Art Action RPG ‘Ocean’s Heart’ is Coming to Steam

Video game publisher Nordcurrent and Max Mraz, the developer behind Zeldalike tribute to Bloodborne, Yarntown, today announced they are bringing their newest IP, Ocean’s Heart, a beautiful pixel-art adventure RPG with modern twists and turns, to Steam for PC in early 2021.

Explore a detailed and spirited world, brimming with secrets hidden within misty forests, isolated mountain peaks and saltwater marshes as Tilia, a young woman whose father and best friend have been kidnapped by the ruthless pirate, Blackbeard. While following their trail through the ruins of a flooded kingdom, Tilia encounters a vast wilderness where she will discover powerful artifacts, unravel pirate conspiracies, sail across the sea, and battle fearsome monsters using various weapons and ancient magic.
Pixel-Art Action RPG ‘Ocean’s Heart’ is Coming to Steam
Every area of Ocean’s Heart is filled with unique and meaningful sidequests, intriguing mysteries, danger and a spattering of humor, for good measure. Tilia must gather various items along her journey to craft potions, upgrade her weapons and expand her ever-growing arsenal, constantly increasing her skills to fight boss adversaries and survive deadly dungeons.

Ocean’s Heart draws inspiration from the captivating 90s adventure RPGs that so many of us grew up with, but with a more intricate storyline than many of the classics featured,” said Artūras Surgutanovas, Head of Marketing from Nordcurrent. “The game aims to both pay homage to the greatness of the originals while still advancing the genre through the many sidequests, puzzles, upgrades, bosses and dungeons. If you feel nostalgia for action-RPG or action adventure games that focus on exploration, then Ocean’s Heart is for you!”
Pixel-Art Action RPG ‘Ocean’s Heart’ is Coming to Steam
Ocean’s Heart will be translated into English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and Simplified Chinese.

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