Roadwarden's text role-playing game will move gamers to a dangerous fantasy world

Roadwarden's text role-playing game will move gamers to a dangerous fantasy world

Assemble Entertainment and Polish developer Moral Anxiety Studio revealed the exact release date of their text role-playing role-playing game Roadwarden and announced the release of a new demo in Steam.

According to the story, the trade guild gives a protagonist, a traveler, a messenger, and an assignment to go to an uncharted peninsula to expand his area of influence.

The players will explore a dangerous magical world with the aim of gathering more data and revealing the secrets of an unknown region, guarding travelers, uniting occupied lands and reflecting the attacks of bandits and bloodthirsty monsters.

Roadwarden promises to mix elements of RPG, visual novel and adventure fiction with puzzles, dialogue and pumping, over 40 hours of gameplay, thousands of pages of text, and variation of passage.

It has become known that Roadwarden will be marketed on September 8, for Steam at a cost of $11. According to the page on Valve, the new creation of Moral Anxiety Studio will be available only in English.