The coming: renowned role-playing game developer Obsidian is releasing a brand new game called Pentiment this November on Xbox consoles, PC and the cloud.
It’s a narrative-focused murder mystery set in medieval times, and the action happens on the pages of a period suitable book. It surely appears to be unique to all the other things out there.
The game is driven by Obsidian star director Josh Sawyer (Fallout: new Vegas, Pillars of Eternity) and is evidently a thought he pitched years and years ago at Black Isle Studios, as per IGN, which talked with Sawyer about his new game.
It obviously happens in the sixteenth century in Upper Bavaria, and in it, you play Andreas Maler, an artist on the cusp of making master, who’s enveloped with a muder mystery while learning at a nunnery. What’s more, it seems like it could be precarious to settle.
“One of the key things in the game is that we do not ever definitively tell you, canonically, [who] the murderer [is],” Sawywer told IGN.
It’s likewise only the start of a bigger story. Clearly the game covers a span of around 25 years, in which Maler is snagged into settling various violations and murders.
Not in the least did Obsidian Entertainment make an appearance to the Xbox Showcase with its large Grounded 1.0 update, the well known RPG developer likewise reported a brand new IP. ‘Pentiment’ hits Xbox Game Pass not long from now, and it’s unique art style looks real impressive so far.
Beyond that release date we have barely any familiarity with this upcoming RPG, however it seems as though it has that commonplace Obsidian flair we’ve come to be aware and love. Here is a short summary of what the future holds on Xbox and PC not long from now. Gracious and it’s on Game Pass the very beginning obviously!