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Ashen: The Action RPG for Indie is released in the Epic Game Store and on the Xbox One



Ashen, the action RPG from Annapurna Interactive, was featured in the Epic Games Store and Xbox One.

The game is one of three games available on Epic's brand-new online PC store, which is only 12 percent less than the traditional 30 percent. The launch was announced tonight at The Game Awards in Los Angeles.

Annapurna Interactive revealed that after a long development cycle, the action RPG is now available for $ 40 players. New Zealand based A44 founded Ashen and added Annapurna's stable to indie titles like Donut County, Florence, Gorogoa and What Remains by Edith Finch.

Above: Ashen

Credit: Annapurna

Ashen is a co-op adventure game about a wanderer looking for a place to call home. Annapurna said that at heart, Ashen is about building relationships as players can cross paths and decide to lead those they trust to their camp by encouraging them to rest by the fire and maybe to stay.

There is no sun and the natural light that is present comes from eruptions that cover the land in ashes. This is a world where nothing remains, no matter how much you cling to it.

Other Annapurna Interactive News

In addition, Outer Wilds, an open world secret about a solar system caught in an endless time loop developed by Mobius Digital was announced for the Epic Games Store launch in addition to the previously announced Xbox One version and will be coming soon.

New to the Annapurna Interactive portfolio is Journey, the game highly acclaimed by Thatgamecompany that was originally released on PlayStation will be coming to the PC in the near future through the Epic Games Store platform.

Annapurna Interactive completes Annaburn's announcements for the night: Donut County, a story-based physics puzzle game on a mysterious hole developed by Ben Esposito will join Xbox One on December 18th.

Annapurna Interactive is a division of Annapurna Pictures, the production studio behind Zero Dark Thirty, Her and other films. It is led by Megan Ellison, daughter of Oracle chief Larry Ellison.


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