Award-winning Fantasy RPG “Decay of Logos” Gets August Release Date and New Trailer!
Rising Star Games and the Thunderful family are excited to reveal the digital release date for Decay of Logos on all major consoles starting with the PlayStation 4 on August 27, 2019, followed by the Nintendo Switch version arriving on August 29, 2019, with the Xbox One and PC (Steam and Utomik) versions on August 30, 2019.
I’ve been keeping my eye on Decay of Logos. It looks like a very enjoyable game. The upcoming title has been described as “a story-driven, third-person action/adventure RPG with an emphasis on player exploration with minimal hand-holding and challenging combat.”
Players will get to immerse themselves in the “high-fantasy world of Decay of Logos through the eyes of a young adventurer named Ada, accompanied by a mystical Elk.”
Both characters “are fatefully brought together the day her village is burned down by Crimson Knights bearing the Royal Crest. Motivated by revenge, she sets out on a journey to unveil the truth behind the attack.”
Here’s the beautiful trailer!
Furthermore, Decay of Logos and other Thunderful titles will also be playable at GamesCom 2019.
Developed by Amplify Creations and published by Rising Star Games, Decay of Logos is scheduled for global release from August 27, 2019.
Amplify Creations is a Portugal-based independent studio founded by video game and VFX professionals, focused on creating immersive games and modern computer graphics technology.
Founded in 2004, Rising Star Games has built a portfolio of over 130 titles across a wide variety of platforms, from cherished brands such as Harvest Moon, Beyblade and Cooking Mama to cult classics like Deadly Premonition and La Mulana. Originally established to bring Japanese games to a western audience, Rising Star Games has also published games from indie developers across the world.
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