The RPG of Zen Studios Operencia: The Stolen Sun arrives at the end of the month and is included in the Game Pass
For the occasion the studio has released a trailer dedicated to the history of the game, which you can find below along with a series of details about the game. Good reading and good vision!
The modern homage of Zen Studios to the classic Dungeon crawler in first person takes you to the land of Operencia, an unconventional fantasy world inspired by a distant land cited in countless Hungarian folktales. A turn-based combat system of the old school combines with the inspiration from Central European mythology to offer a role-playing experience that is unique, but also familiar.
History meets Legend
Operencia hosts an intriguing mix of unexplored mythology, fantastic versions of real historical sites (such as the Deva Fortress and Balvanyos) and characters (such as Attila and the seven leaders of the Magaiars) who, all together, form a new universe of play Uniform. Many of the seven main characters of the game are inspired by heroes of forgotten stories told hundreds of years ago, like the Brave Knight Mezey and Sebastian the Slayer.
An epochal Tale
An unknown force has kidnapped the Sun King Napkiraly, leaving Operencia in a state of perpetual darkness and eventual misfortune. From hidden royal tombs and cursed castles to a steep climb on the tree of the world, and then reach the copper forest in the land of the gods; Explore the different locations throughout the territory... and go further. Each location boasts a unique atmosphere, a charming visual style, a fun level design and intricate puzzles, many of which take place entirely outdoors.
Breathtaking hand-drawn footage and fabulous portraits of 2d characters give life to the story in a style not easily comparable to any other game. More than 30 characters rich in nuances are valued through high-level vocal performances that refer to the central European roots of the game.
From intricate puzzles to selecting the right ingredients to create new objects; Dozens of puzzles defy your cunning throughout Operencia.
Classic game Browsing and modes
Along with a profoundly strategic turn-based battle system, full of spells and special abilities to perform, the tile-driven movement encourages thorough exploration of each area. For more challenges, turn on the cartographer mode and track each of the 13 maps alone. How many secrets will you find?