The Soulkeeper has actually been in the works for a few years now and again and again you hear about role-playing. Now the developers have announced the game with the subtitle "Chronicles" and reveal a lot about the open world project.
The Soulkeeper has been in the works for several years. But now the development team Helm Systems has announced the title with the subtitle "Chronicles". The result is an open-world RPG in the style of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, which you can play both with and without a VR headset.
An epic RPG
The Soulkeeper: Chronicles is divided into three campaigns, each in which you play a different hero. The developers attach great importance to telling an epic story in which you have to make many decisions. Each hero starts in a different part of the world and apparently has a story of its own. But all three stories are intertwined.
You explore a large, open game world – either on foot, on horseback, as a dragon rider or by ship. You will encounter many NPCs who have quests for you and in the wild, as well as in the dungeons, you will face numerous enemies, such as the undead. In addition to the main quest, many side missions and activities such as hunting await you.
The Soulkeeper: You can play Chronicles either with or without a VR headset. In both versions you experience exactly the same game, but which is adapted to the controls accordingly. The role-playing game wants to convince with a dark atmosphere. You can even get an early access version of the VR version right now buy on Steam, If you do this by January 10, 2020, you will get the game The Soulkeeper: Chronicles at release for free. It is not yet clear when the game will appear. A trailer is already preparing you for the RPG.
The RPG The Soulkeeper has been recently announced. (1) (Source: Helm Systems)
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