Sacred Fire psychological RPG game will release into Early Access this October via Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. All thanks to details from developer Poetic. Kicking off its debut via Steam Early Access.
Just recently, at The Escapist Indie Showcase 2021 as developers Poetic Studio announce details. Which also comes in part from publisher Iceberg Interactive. Both revealing details of their anticipated psychological RPG Sacred Fire. Which is now officially due to enter Early Access on Steam Tuesday, October 19th.
Sacred Fire – Early Access Release Date Trailer
Featuring Doug Cockle, voice of Geralt in the Witcher franchise, in Sacred Fire. While you’re cast as a refugee hunted by Rome. Plus your actions are compromised by fear and rage. Build up your willpower to control story choices and master battle tactics. Outsmart opponents and gain allies. Wage war or strive for peace. End up a hero or an outcast. Its completely up to you.
Back in June we announced details of the free demo for Sacred Fire. Which is still available now on Steam and very playable using Proton. Since gameplay features the first chapter of the story. Which of course plays differently when you select a male or female main character. Writer Jennie Kong contributed to Sacred Fire’s story. Which also creates nuanced but meaningful differences between the two points of view. The demo features Doug Cockle, Michelle Gonzo, and Ben Britton as important story NPC’s.
The first of three acts will be available on the Sacred Fire Early Access release. Along with the other two being coming as major free updates. Poetic aims to involve the community in the development of the game. Fleshing out the psychological RPG story while including feedback. Early Access will be English only. So localization will begin once the story is coming to a close.
It also looks like Sacred Fire will arrive on Linux, along with Mac and Windows PC. So be sure to Wishlist the game on Steam. More will be revealed in the months ahead. So be sure not to miss any Sacred Fire news by joining the community: Discord, Twitter, Facebook, Website, and Youtube