Spellbook Creations and publisher 1C Entertainment have announced their collaboration and details on the upcoming open world fantasy RPG SpellMaster: The Saga. The game is expected to enter early access at the beginning of next year.
Taking on the role of a wizard bent on founding their own Magic Academy, players find themselves on a path to protect the world of Allyon from an impending catastrophe. As an ambitious wizard, players will always be looking for ways to improve and share their powerful arcane knowledge.
Magic, monsters and mysteries fill this epic fantasy world. Robbers lurk in the shadows and monsters prowl the ruins of the forgotten land. Building the Magic Academy will allow players to develop their skills, create and manage new faculties, and train the next generation of wizards.
The world of Allyon is ripe for exploration. Unknown lands, ancient temples, creepy caves and forgotten tombs await discovery. In these places ancient artifacts may be found. Countless quests give opportunity to create new spells and even gather a group of loyal magicians who might be able to bring peace back to the world.
To create the epic open world RPG for SpellMaster: The Saga, Spellbook Creations is utilizing the Unreal Engine 4. At release the game will feature English, German and Russian translations. A roadmap of the game’s development progress is currently available here.
SpellMaster: The Saga is currently in development and is expected to enter early access on Steam in Q1 2021. More information about SpellMaster: The Saga can be found on the game’s website at spellmastergame.net or follow @SpellMasterPlay on Twitter.
Spellbook Creations is a Russian based indie developer. The small team was founded by former developers of the game Life is Feudal: Forest Village. Currently the team is busy developing SpellMaster: The Saga.
1C Entertainment (@1C_Company Twitter) is a game publishing and distribution company with over 100 game title launches. The company features an international group of offices located in Warsaw, Gdansk, Prague, Budapest and Moscow which all work to release video games for all platforms through their global network of partners.