Shattered – Tale of a Forgotten King available in Early Access on Steam on June 4th

Shattered - Tale of a Forgotten King

Redlock Studio, indie development studio is thrilled to announce the Early Access release of our first game, Shattered – Tale of a Forgotten King. The game will be available on Steam on June 4thWatch the new trailer now.

Funded at 138% in 2016 on Kickstarter and featured during E3 2016, the enthusiasm towards the game reinforced the team’s motivation. The game seduced players as well via Steam Greenlight and Square Enix Collective, where it was selected by their communities. “We’re so glad to have been able to work all these years with our community’s never-ending support, and we’re eager to take this new step” says Maxime René BeisserArt Director and co-founder. “It’s a dream come true, and a pleasure to see our universe drawing people’s attention, making them want to get immersed in it and support us to make Shattered the best game possible.

Shattered - Tale of a Forgotten King

Shattered – Tale of the Forgotten King, an adventure game where exploration and boss fights intertwine. In the world of Hypnos, the player gets to roam a vast continent scattered with gigantic fortresses and cities in ruins. Between phases in 2.5D and 3D, they will dive in the history of a forgotten world where savage enemies await. To reach victory, the precision of movement and observation of their opponents will be crucial.

Features:

  • Several zones to explore: A semi-open world in which you can walk several paths. You can choose the one that suits you, or discover new ones.
  • Terrible bosses to fight: Observe them and learn to anticipate their moves. The timing of your assaults and parries will be crucial to your victory.
  • Constant progression: By crushing enemies or discovering new areas, you’ll have the possibility of making the Wanderer evolve. Will you choose to level up, buy new equipment or purchase more lore items to learn everything about Hypnos?

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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