The Tactical RPG Shore Unknown gets an output window for early access

The adventures of Swashbuckling may be out of the limelight, but that does not mean that we still have no appetite for pirates and corsairs, and Shores Unknown put on its ability to capture this magic during Its exit for early access in February 2021..

SHORES UNKNOWN puts you in the shoes of a newly promoted corsair captain, fresh out of a mission that has terribly shot. By finding yourself in unexplored territories in a world dominated, it is up to you to discover what is hiding under the burning fog.

Like a lot of tactical RPGs, the game uses low-poly visuals, but unlike many other games, it does not use a grid system. The battle is divided into phases of order and action: In order, you establish a plan for your next round, while the action will see this plan implemented by your group. You are free to design your group as you wish, equipping every mercenary of your equipment crew through which it will learn new skills. They will also be able to acquire new skills according to your combat choices and, although we have not yet had any information about its operation, this will give Shores Unknown a more in-depth customization system than many GPS games.

Despite the low-poly graphics, the game always promises a vibrant world filled with small details while you are looking to discover the secrets of the shore. The main developer Ilya Rudnev said: “We wish to thank all our subscribers, former and new, for their support. We spent a lot of time and effort – and all our heart – to create Shores Unknown, and we hope you will finally appreciate being able to play as much as we liked to do.

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“And that being a title in early access, we are also looking forward to your comments and hope that your participation will help us refine the game in a truly remarkable experience.

“At the beginning of next year, get ready for starting your trip to Shores Unknown!”

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