Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is coming to Steam, but not Linux. The games a boss battler action title from publisher Another Indie. So we can expect will come to Windows and Mac on April 25, 2018. Also, the games development uses Unreal Engine 4.
Developer Dark Star Studios is a team composed of AAA veterans. So this includes a former Ubisoft art director. As well as Konami senior programmer and a Blizzard technical artist.
“We don’t have it planned. We’re a small dev team and we just dont have the time/resources that would be needed for Linux support.”
So this not very hopefully. The developers also mention their focus on consoles, post release. Yet, this an epic looking game, no question. Mixing Dark Souls, Hellblade and Salt and Sanctuary. Therefore, I created a Discussions Post to show that Tux Love. Who knows? Maybe?
What’s the games Story?
Players lead Adam, a soldier with a dark past. All set on a quest for redemption. Challenge monstrous embodiment’s of the seven deadly sins to atone for his misdeeds. Therefore, before each trial Adam must sacrifice a part of himself. This results in a permanent debuff for the rest of his encounters.
Each battle will be more difficult than the last. As every debuff lowers Adam’s health. Depleting his resources or weakens his weapons and armor. Fortunately, an arsenal of unlockable equipment will help. Letting Adam compensate for his increasing weaknesses.
Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Release Date (Windows, Mac, not Linux):
What has Adam done? How to warrant putting himself through such a grueling trial? As he defeats each new boss. The history with these evil atrocities will be reveal to him.
“Sinner will test players’ skill in battle. Giving them plenty of options to find a playstyle that works for them. Even as Adam grows weaker,” says Iain Garner, Director of Developer Relations at Another Indie. “The feeling of defeating each boss. And receiving more of the deep narrative is both rewarding and riveting.”
Steam release details:
Sinner : Sacrifice for Redemption is coming to Steam. Also priced at $18.99 USD, releasing on April 25, 2018. For English, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.