Will Sea Of Stars be a huge attraction in 2022?

As many people may know an upcoming indie role-playing game was announced back in May 2020 entitled Sea Of Stars. This upcoming turn based RPG will be developed by Sabotage Studios and currently has no publisher at the moment. Based on what we know Sea Of Stars is set in the same universe as the Messenger game that was released back in ’18; while the plot is centered around two children with magical powers. The two Children Of The Solstice combine their sun and moon powers to perform Eclipse Magic; which is the only source of power that can be used to defeat the game’s main antagonist known as The Fleshmancer. Throughout Sea Of Stars players must defeat various monsters created by the Fleshmancer as they utilize combo attacks, spell casting while being able to cancel the spells of their enemies. One of the most impressive features about Sea Of Stars is the 2D pixelated artwork which is reminiscent of games such as Octopath Traveler from 2018.

Sea Of Stars is definitely an RPG that old school gamers who grew up during the 16-bit era will be fond since it has the potential to be almost as popular as Octopath Traveler. As it currently stands Sea Of Stars has been confirmed for OC release meaning that people will be able to play the game on Steam. Sea Of Stars is supposed get a console release in the future as well but we are still in the dark about which game systems they will appear on. An indie retro styled pixel art RPG like Sea Of Stars would probably be a bigger attraction on the Nintendo Switch than it would be for consoles such as PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4 and Xbox One. However, the more game consoles Sea Of Stars appear on the more exposure the game itself will get. In terms of how successful Sea Of Stars will be following its upcoming release is tough to predict especially since there are more details about the game that has yet to be revealed.

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