There is a girl in the title trying to save the world.
The developers of the Remothered horror series Stormind Games are launching a new RPG, Batora: The Lost Haven.
This is a new IP set launched on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and Xbox One, as well as Nintendo Switch and PC. Batora plays a young girl named Avril, who is saving the world, and the world is obviously dead. Yes, we just checked the press release and the hero’s name is definitely Avril, not Greta Thunberg.
Stormind said that one of the core mechanisms of the title is that Avril must balance her body and mind. The studio stated that every decision made by players is important to Avril Lavigne and the world.
The project attracted the talents of composer Ron Fish and Assassin’s Creed (Credit) conceptual artist Borislav Mitkov, who worked on “Batman A Cam” series.
The narrative designer Giacomo Masi said: “Our lives are in a state of constant change between physical and mental health, and often little consideration is given to the mutual influence between them.”
“Avril’s journey in Batora really focused on the need for strategic dualism-mastering the balance between body and spirit-while presenting a multi-branch narrative full of consequences, full of plot twists and credibility, which is gratifying character of.”
Antonio Cannata, CEO and co-founder of Stormind, added: “We are finally very excited to announce this new adventure to the world. This is Stormind Games’ first proprietary IP and our first next-generation video. Games-We are stepping up the development of games. As people in this industry and enthusiastic gamers, I can say with certainty that the professional level of our team, coupled with the contributions of stars such as Anne Toole, Borislav Mitkov and Ron Fish, will undoubtedly make Batora: Lost Haven is our most ambitious project to date.”