We did not see this one coming: famend role-playing sport developer Obsidian is releasing a model new sport known as Pentiment this November on Xbox consoles, PC and the cloud.
It is a narrative-focused homicide thriller set in medieval occasions, and the motion takes place on the pages of an era-appropriate ebook. It definitely appears completely different to all the pieces else on the market.
The sport is led by Obsidian star director Josh Sawyer (Fallout: new Vegas, Pillars of Eternity) and is seemingly an thought he pitched years and years in the past at Black Isle Studios, based on IGN, which interviewed Sawyer about his new sport.
It apparently takes place within the sixteenth century in Higher Bavaria, and in it, you play Andreas Maler, an artist on the cusp of creating grasp, who’s wrapped up in a muder thriller whereas finding out at an abbey. And it appears like it might be difficult to unravel.
“One of many key issues within the sport is that we don’t ever definitively inform you, canonically, [who] the assassin [is],” Sawywer advised IGN.
It is also only the start of a bigger story. Apparently the sport covers a span of about 25 years, by which Maler is roped into serving to remedy a number of crimes and murders.