‘Operencia: The Stolen Sun’ Coming to More Platforms in March
- You’ll now be able to get it on Steam and GOG.
- Pick it up on March 31st.
- A grid-based third-person dungeon crawler.
Developer Zen Studios has announced that their turn-based RPG Operencia: The Stolen Sun will release on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam and GOG on the 31st of March. Operencia: The Stolen Sun originally released back in March of 2019 on Xbox One and PC via The Epic Games Store.
Operencia: The Stolen Sun looks to pay homage to classic first-person dungeon crawlers. Players will enter an unconventional fantasy world, and those familiar with Central European folktales will find that Operencia has used many of them as inspiration. The story follows the abduction of the Sun King Napkiraly, which leaves Operencia in a state of darkness and doom. You’ll get to venture into hidden royal tombs, cursed castles, and even climb the World Tree to reach the Copper Forest of the Land of the Gods. The developers have gone out of their way to ensure each location offers something different for the player, with each place offering its own unique atmosphere, visual style, level design and, puzzles
Operencia aims to provide players with a mix of unexplored mythologies and fantastical versions of historical locations. This has allowed the developers to craft a cohesive new gaming universe, one they hope is unlike any other. Several of the seven party members that will join you, have in some way been influenced by heroes of forgotten tales told hundreds of years ago. The turn-based nature of gameplay will provide players with deep strategic options, allowing for a battle system fill of spells and special skills. Players will also find that they can turn on Cartographer Mode, allowing them to plot out each of the 13 maps themselves. Other features are as follows:
- Explore 13 diverse, puzzle-filled levels.
- Defeat more than 50 enemy types.
- Switch between seven fully upgradeable—and memorable—characters.
- Robust difficulty settings allow you to select options such as limiting saves, implementing permadeath, and disabling auto-mapping to create your own.
- Stunning visuals powered by Unreal Engine 4.
- An epic orchestral score composed by Arthur Grosz.
- Fully 3D environments, enemies and objects, plus high-fidelity advanced effects with dynamic shadows and lighting.
- AAA Indie production quality and polish with top-tier voice acting, soundtrack, cutscenes, and writing.
Are you excited for Operencia: The Stolen Sun? Did you play it when it released last year? For those who have, would you recommend this title to new players? To stay up to date on Operencia: The Stolen Sun, make sure to follow the developers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Discord, Reddit, and their official website.