Children of Morta’s Steam Free Preview Event is Live NOW

by MaddOx
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11 bit studios are proud to announce a Steam free preview event for Children of Morta starting on June 19th at 5pm CEST/8am PDT running until June 22nd. For a limited time, lasting only 72 hours, players will be able to experience this highly anticipated, story-driven, action RPG from developer Dead Mage and publisher 11 bit studios as they get a taste of things to come.

Running concurrently with the start of the free preview, pre-order sales begin on Steam with a 10% discount in addition to access to the soundtrack at launch. Children of Morta is set to release this summer for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC.

See the new teaser below:

Marek Ziemak, Executive Producer at 11 bit studios commented:

We’re excited to give the community a taste of Children of Morta. We’re confident about the game’s development and are certain that, once people try it during the free weekend, they’ll be hooked. Even though it’s still in development, it already looks fantastic and is a title we’re proud of. With the additional time until launch for polish, we’re confident that this is going to leave an impact on everyone that gives it a shot.

Join an extraordinary family as they battle a mysterious and deadly corruption that threatens to engulf their homeland – the guardians of Mount Morta must stand firm against an ancient evil or lose all they hold dear.

In the preview demo, players will uncover the first chapter of the game’s story and be introduced to two of the family members – father, John, and his eldest daughter, Linda. The pre-release demo covers the story’s introduction, gives insight on gameplay, and hits its climax that sees players take on the first boss of the game.

Children of Morta gameplay

The digital version of Children of Morta will be available on Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC for 21.99 USD/EUR. The retail edition from Merge Games will be released on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC (in Europe and Australia) alongside the digital release.

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