Hack-and-Slash Roguelike, Children of Morta, Releasing on Consoles and PC in 2018

August 19, 2017Written by Zarmena Khan

First unveiled in 2014 and successfully Kickstarted in 2015, Children of Morta is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC sometime in 2018. The announcement comes via the trailer above, which shows off a little bit of gameplay from the story-driven hack-and-slash roguelike. Additionally, we’ve learned that 11 Bit Studios has picked up publishing rights for the Dead Mage title.

Here’s an official overview of the game and its key features via its Steam page:

The Bergson family has watched over Mount Morta for generations as the guardians of the mystical mountain. They now face their most dangerous trial as a family. Corruption has spread, morphing the once peaceful mountain into a violent and monster infested nightmare.

Experience what it means to be in a family of heroes. Take part in their journey, their struggles, and their victories! Witness a love for eachother unmatched by even the gods themselves. Fight through hordes of monsters unimaginable as you explore a mountain constantly in flux. Gorgeous and breathtaking procedurally generated dungeons guarantee a unique experience every time you leave the safety of the Bergson’s house in pursuit of the truth behind the Corruption.

Key Features:

6 Playable Characters

John, Mark, Linda, Joey, Kevin, and Lucy are all prepped and ready for the forthcoming fray. Discover each family member’s unique fighting style and delve into their personalities and past in their own personal quests.

Procedurally Generated World

Every forest, dungeon, or temple you explore and skirmish through is procedurally to guarantee a unique experience every play through.

Mountain of Mystery

Delve into the mountain and discover the mystical world of Morta. Unearth why the Corruption has come to this seemly peaceful mountain. Find lore scattered about giving glimpses into the lives of the mountain’s residents.

Pixel Art to A New Level

A combination of hand painted pixel art and frame by frame animations partnered with modern lighting techniques come to life to create the beautifully dangerous world of Mount Morta.

We’ll update our readers when a release date is announced.

[Source: Steam]