During the Guerrilla Collective Showcase, Batora: Lost Haven was shown again in a new gameplay trailer full of combat, puzzles, and more. It is a new game developed by the very Italian Stormind Games, the same software house behind the development of the two Remothered.
Batora: Lost Haven is an isometric action RPG game with a strong narrative component. The title is set in a sci-fi context and will allow players certain freedom of approach, allowing them to make choices that will affect the plot of the game.
In the title, there is also a dualism that sees the protagonist use two totally different fighting styles. The fighting style of Avril, the protagonist of the game, will be based on the physique and the mind, and the player will have to train both styles to move forward in the game.
The script for the game saw input from Anne Tole, the same studio behind the stories of Horizon: Zero Dawn and The Witcher and who earned it the Writers Guild Awards. However, Tole is not the only big name, as Stormind Games sees among its ranks experienced developers who have worked on Triple-A titles such as Assassin’s Creed or Batman: Arkham.
Check the synopsis of the game below:
Avril used to be a regular 16-year-old girl, not what you’d call a natural-born hero. Until a mysterious event devastated the Earth, and she lost everything she cared for. Now she’s the only one who, with the physical and mental powers that she has been gifted, can attempt to save her planet!
This is how her cosmic journey starts: soon enough, Avril will learn that the line between good and evil is thin. It’s up to her to decide whom to believe: her choices will change the destiny of the universe.