Ars Goetia Games announced that their point-and-click adventure game, The Blind Prophet, will be delayed on PC-via Steam from its January 10 release date to a newly unannounced date. The PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and iOS and Android versions will launch later this year.
The delay comes after the team considered the importance of releasing the game day one with Chinese subtitles. As they focused on this undertaking, they realized that they wouldn’t be able to hit their announced release date. The team did share that as soon as their done with the translation they’ll reveal the new release date.
With this extra time, the team is also going to add in minigames that the player will encounter through the adventure.
The Blind Prophet is inspired by the aesthetic of Blade Runner and the mechanics of Broken Sword. Players assume the role of apostle Bartholomeus as he is on a mission to liberate the corrupted city of Rotbork. To do so, he must encounter a Great Evil that lurks within the city limits.
The game features traditional point-and-click gameplay mechanics with puzzles that are sure to test the skills and imagination of players. The game’s story focuses on a handful of charismatic characters that players will need to interact with as they progress the game’s narrative. The game also features choices during dialogue and a storyline of philosophy, redemption, and moral struggle. Also, the game’s 99 panels have been hand-drawn with plenty of small details for players to uncover.
You can check out an OST preview for The Blind Prophet below:
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