Stories: Path of Destinies Dev Announces Next Game: Omensight

Posted by | January 09, 2018 | News, PC, Video | No Comments

Spearhead Games, the indie team behind 2016’s Stories: The Path of Destinies, have announced their next game. It’s called Omensight, and you can watch the teaser trailer above. Omensight is a narrative-focused Action-RPG. It’s slated for a 2018 release date on PC.

“When we released Stories: The Path of Destinies in 2016, we were thrilled with the response to its narrative structure,” says Malik Boukhira, Creative Director on Omensight. “Players told us how they enjoyed manipulating time to collect all the different endings in the game. With Omensight, our new original title set in a fresh universe, we’re taking this idea one step further. What we like to call the ‘narrative puzzle’ will extend to a range of diverse characters in Omensight, and we can’t wait to see how players navigate the intricacies of these characters’ actions and reactions to solve the mystery of Urralia’s demise.”

In Omensight you play as the Harbinger. You’re a unique space-time warrior who has witnessed the destruction of the world of Urralia. You have the power to change its fate and the fate of each of the characters you meet. As in Stories you’ll learn more about the world and these important characters with each fate-shaping event.

The talented team includes voice actors Patricia Summersett (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild) and Julian Casey (We Happy Few) as well as writers Nadim Boukhira (Stories: The Path of Destinies), Genese Davis (The Holder’s Dominion) and Chris Avellone (Fallout: New Vegas).

Spearhead Games will be bringing Omensight to PAX South 2018 this weekend for the first look at the game.

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