Stardew Valley Publisher to Partner with Robotality to Release Pathway

Stardew Valley Publisher to Partner with Robotality to Release Pathway

A dynamic 2D turn-based RPG.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Mar 13, 2018 @ 07:19 AM (Staff Bios)
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London-based studio/publisher Chucklefish, best known for Stardew Valley and Starbound, has announced a new partnership with Robotality in order to publish their most recent game, Pathway.

The turn-based strategy RPG mixes 2D pixel art with 3D light rendering, allowing for dynamic yet retro visuals. Pathway's Dynamically generated adventure campaigns and branching decision paths leave the player experiencing an entirely new game every time they play.



THE YEAR IS 1936
It is a time of global unrest as German military influence is spreading throughout Europe and the Middle East. Rumors of frantic excavations and strange artifacts, not to mention ghastly occult rituals, have begun to surface across secret communication channels.

THEY TOOK OUR FRIEND
Morten has vanished. The Nazis took him because he interfered with their occult research. We have to rescue him before its too late. And afterward, who knows what other adventures await?


Robotality previous title is a similar style game called Halfway, a futuristic RPG released in 2014. The studio remarked on how they're taking what they learned with this game to improve upon Pathway.

To learn more about Pathway, you can visit Robotality's Twitter, their development blog, or the game's website. The game page is already up on Steam, with a release date of "2018." More information to follow as it becomes available.

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