Soulborn is a genre mixing new RPG adventure

soulborn is a genre mixing new rpg adventure game closed alpha linux windows pc

Soulborn is a brand new genre mixing RPG adventure for Windows PC, but also Linux. Thanks to details from developer Pixelmad Studios. Due to arrive on digital stores at the end of 2021.

If you mix Zelda and The Witcher you will get Soulborn. Plus Pixelmad Studios has revealed the brand new trailer for game. Which is a story driven open world RPG adventure. One that is also based on exploration, combat and character development. The world is inspired by the norse mythology. And the conflict of humans living in the absence of the fallen gods.

All in support for the Soulborn closed alpha on Windows PC. So naturally, we reached out for details regarding Linux. Here is the developer reply.

While the alpha will only be playable on Windows (which pains me since I’m a Linux gamer too). We’re aiming to have the final release available on Linux too.
And we are indeed using Unreal Engine 4.

So first off, it’s a pleasure to know the developer is a Linux gamer. But also, that Soulborn will get a native build. Why not, since the game engine is Unreal Engine 4. But not due to arrive with support until 2021.

If you are interested in participating in the closed alpha. This will be available on Windows PC via their Discord.

Soulborn – Indie Game Alpha Trailer

Inspired by Norse mythology, you are Brynjar Townshield. A Soulborn demigod and bearer of the most powerful weapon of all nine worlds: Mjölnir.

Mjölnir is able to transform into a sword, a bow, or its original form as the legendary hammer. And will help you vanquish the soul-devouring beast Nidhöggr who threatens to destroy Midgard.

During your journey, you will have to explore dungeons. While solving puzzles, craft new gear, and finish quests. All thanks to your skills and the help of your precious friends.
As development goes through, new content will be added. You will be able to travel across a small part of its open world. Due to release at the end of 2021 for Linux and Windows PC. Check out the official website for further details.

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