Unreal Engine 5-Powered Role-playing Game Abyss World: Declaration of the End of the World for PC

A new Unreal Engine 5 powered role-playing game called Abyss World: Apocalypse for PC has been announced and will be released next year worldwide.

Abyss Studio, announced with an in-engine trailer, will take place in the dark and mysterious world of Nornidia whose order was broken during the Fire Thief event, which caused the Old Tide to disappear and the Black Tide to reappear. In this era of chaos, players will have to uncover the mysteries of this world, delve deeper into the mists of the underworld and save the world.

Players will explore the traces of the “Old Tide” in the vast land of Nordinia, and uncover the secrets behind it. In the past, the spirits of the world had reached the other side of the sea – the ‘Old Tide’. However, with the occurrence of the “Fire Thief” event, the old tide disappeared, the balance of the system was broken, and souls were no longer drawn to the other side.
The strange tide sounds attracted the black tide that devoured everyone. However, he had shed light on the darkness of that place… And the story of glory would also begin.

While the description and trailer suggest that the game will be somewhat traditional in spirit, the game will have some features that will set it apart from other similar titles, such as a dynamic global quest system that will allow players to influence the state of certain areas of the world.

Unlike traditional quest systems, the player’s actions and decisions will determine the outcome of certain areas of the world and the appearance of many levels. Players will create their own epic stories through their adventures.

Abyss World: Apocalypse will be released on Steam on a 2023 release date that has yet to be confirmed. More information about the upcoming game by Abyss Studio and some screenshots can be found on the Steam store page.

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