Cyanide Studio, designers of Styx: Shards of Darkness, today divulge how they imagined and gave life, identity and soul to the fundamental lead of their game, the witty troll like goblin named Styx.
Shards of Darkness removes our agile hoodlum from the shadows of Akenash and into a greater world with more abilities, a more noteworthy bestiary, and more many-sided, vertical level plan. Shards of Darkness advantages from a bigger creation and better acknowledgment, with a story supplemented by cutscenes in which Styx communicates his trademark mind and snark – get a sneak look at his mocking, fourth divider softening funniness up this video!
You may realize why Styx is not the sort of character you’re accustomed to playing, and how his smart side can exceed his flaws. As a troll, a head on encounter is the best and most ideal approach to kick the bucket, so you’ll need to concentrate your skills to find the best approach to conquer your dastardly foes.
Find out how this “monstrous minimal green character” adjusts to your playstyle, as “you can be the person that goes in and out through the level getting each thing, or the slippery one who never raises any alert.” Take preferred standpoint of Styx’s aerobatic ability and pour down from above, or utilize your apparatuses and capacities to absolutely maintain a strategic distance from recognition – it’s totally up to you.
Regardless of how you play, he’ll be there for the whole voyage, condemning the player, as well as his makers as well!
Styx: Shards of Darkness comes March fourteenth, 2017 to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC! You can preorder the game now on STEAM to get selective access to the Akenash set, wearing the outfit and blade from Styx’s first experience.