Vendir: Plague of Lies party-based RPG game due to come later this year on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. The result of a hand-crafted creation from developer Early Morning Studio. Due to make its way onto Steam.
Thunderful and Early Morning Studio is eager that Vendir: Plague of Lies is due to release later this year. Building on Early Morning Studio’s established RPG-pedigree. Since Vendir delivers tactical turn-based combat, with a cast of unique characters to recruit and interact. While offering a deep and storied world to explore.available now on Android and iOS.
Drawing on the rich-history of classic RPGs, Vendir: Plague of Lies’ party-based combat uses a turn-based system. Due to create intriguing tactical battles. Your party will be full of compelling characters who will add to the game’s story. Doing so just as much as they do your prowess in combat, interjecting themselves in your conversations with NPCs. All due to create a tapestry of conversational options. This feeds into a splintering journey where your choices have a long-lasting impact on the story.
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The once great kingdom of Vendir is now under the tyrannic King Elrik who rules with an iron fist. His rulings are harsh and his penalty torturous. When finding an ancient prophecy promising the end of Elrik’s reign. Now two siblings must make their way from one muddy end of the Kingdom to the other. While inciting Elrik’s wrath every step of the way. Test the truth in a Kingdom drowning in Vendir: Plague of Lies.
Expect to encounter an complext crafted world. One that is also steeped in history and brought to life a highly crafted setting. As well as the stories of the people that inhabit it. It is a world where your choice will have real weight and outcomes. Doing so in conversation, combat, crafting, and every other aspect of this old-school RPG. Thanks to the creation by a studio with a true passion for the genre.
Vendir: Plague of Lies party-based RPG game is due to release on Steam later this year. The launch date is still TBD. But it’s also coming to Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.