Third-person fantasy action-RPG, Decay of Logos, releases this Autumn, gets brand new screenshots

Rising Star Games today announced it has entered into a partnership with Amplify Creations to publish the third-person fantasy action-RPG Decay of Logos on digital storefronts in Autumn 2018.

Decay of Logos is described as an immersive action role-playing game inspired by the developer’s love and passion for European folklore, high fantasy fiction and archetypal classic third-person action-RPG videogames. The game hails from the imagination of lead game designer and programmer André Constantino and is developed by award-winning independent software organization Amplify Creations.

The game sees players exploring a vast interconnected world, packed with secret locations and items to discover. Adventurers will engage in deadly and punishing combat with other-worldly enemy constructs, and discover a world filled with arcane lore as they unravel the intricacies of the game’s various weapon, armour, inventory and level-up systems and mechanics.

Diogo Teixeira, producer at Amplify Creations, said:

“After many years developing middleware used by thousands of other game developers, our good fortune has allowed us to indulge in a passion project to make the kind of game that excites us as players. Working alongside Rising Star Games has been both a pleasure and an enriching experience that will undoubtedly help us deliver a better product and reach a wider audience.”

Martin Defries, Managing Director of Rising Star Games, added:

“It is an honour to work alongside such a credible and visionary organisation as Amplify Creations, to help bring their incredible imagination to life in Decay of Logos. The game is striking, complex, subtle and beautiful all at once and enriches Rising Star Games’s portfolio of outstanding action games.”

In order to celebrate this announcement, Rising Star Games has released a new set of screenshots for Decay of Logos that you can view below!

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