Styx: Master of Shadows Summary
Focus Home Interactive andhave announced a follow-up to the somewhat surprisingly well-received stealth game Styx: Master of Shadows. We get on with it, but apparently some people did.
Coming in 2016, Styx: Shards of Darkness is a sequel that promises a bigger budget, reworked movement and animations for goblin infiltrator Styx himself, and a move over to the Unreal Engine 4.
This latest four minute Styx: Master of Shadows is entitled 'Assassin's Green 2". Which is not a particularly good pun, but the comparison does at least seem accurate.for
Goblin anti-hero Styx uses parkour, neat gadgets and an unhealthy amount of violent stabbing to get to the top of the Tower of Akenash and discover his origins.
Styx: Master of Shadows, the infiltration game developed by Cyanide studios, has received a huge new .
The gameplay video was originally shown off at E3 2014 at the start of the month.
More real-time strategic armchairing is on the way as Eugen Systems is developing Act of Aggression, announces Focus Home in their GDC line-up. It will debut next week to press at their GDC booth.
Focus also has RPG Bound by Flame, more Sherlock Holmes, Blood Bowl 2, Styx: Master of Shadows and a new tactical Warhammer game ready for GDC.
The very first video of Cyanide Studio's upcoming stealth game Styx: Master of Shadows has just been released, teasing the goblin anti-hero, assassin and occasional thief as he ascends the Tower of Akenash.
Cyanide use this teaser as brief glimpse at Styx's abilities and talents in the art of stealth infiltration. It's a stealth action title for PC, Xbox One and PS4.