Oct 24, 2017 Last Updated 4:19 PM, Oct 23, 2017

Sacred Fire - Character Customization Showcased

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The upcoming psychological, narrative-driven RPG Sacred Fire showcased the extended level of character customization that will be made available in the game. Successfully funded via Kickstarter, this level of customization is part of the game’s stretch goal targets, of which the first was also surpassed recently.

About Sacred Fire

Sacred Fire is a narrative RPG in which your humanity and emotions impact your fight for survival and inner freedom. Inspired by ancient Caledonia, the story follows a group of resistance fighters and their rise to power.

The game explores your fight for inner freedom. Choosing motives, ideas and feelings is as important as choosing your actions. It’s your heart that hides all the monsters.

Over the course of the game, and through the many decisions you make, develop your personality and compete for influence to change the story and avert a tragic ending.

Sacred Fire will launch in 2018.

About Poetic Studio

Poetic Studio is an independent game studio bringing together talent from all around the world to create meaningful and innovative narrative games.

Our Team

There’s two of us in the Poetic Studio core team:

Andrej Vojtas, lead developer
Martin Kolesar, community & marketing manager

We approached some of the best talent in the gaming industry and outside of it. To produce Sacred Fire, we work with:

Doug Cockle, voice actor (the voice of Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher series)
Sean Beeson, music composer
Rene Aigner, location artist

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