Among the many games and trailers shown during today’s Wholesome Direct, it was announced that Mythic Ocean would be coming to consoles in a short teaser trailer. The indie title about interacting with gods-to-be was previously only available on Steam and itch.io.
Originally released in January of 2020, the game takes place in an undisclosed location under the sea, where the player interacts with playful creatures. One’s role is as a personal guide, influencing them on how they should treat the world and those around them. Each conversation will shape their views and progress the story until the end, where one god will be chosen to oversee all of existence. This premise of rebirth and complexity allows for plenty of replayability.
Developer Paralune LLC has teamed up with publisher Nakana.io to bring the indie title to the Switch, PS4, and Xbox One. Nakana.io has published a number of recent indie games, including Cosmic Top Secret, EQQO, and Journey of the Broken Circle. Paralune LLC is a three-person team based out of Austin, Texas. Mythic Ocean is their debut title.
While not explicitly stated in the Wholesome Direct, the Nintendo Switch page has the game slated for release on July 2. One can also try a free demo on said platform.
For more info on the game, you can read this Mythic Ocean review.
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