No More Robots has introduced Spirittea, a life-sim that duties gamers with fixing up an previous bathhouse to assist out native spirits.
Sprittea is about in rural East Asia, with gamers in a position to see the spirit world after having drunk from a mysterious previous teapot. Because of this, they will then see spirits, and over the course of the game are tasked with serving to these spirits discover peace.
Players will dwell daily, managing the previous bathhouse the place spirits go to loosen up. There appears to be a lot to do outdoors of labor too, as Spirittea combines administration mechanics with these present in life sims.
Speaking in a press launch, No More Robots stated:
“Inspired in equal measure by iconic life sim Stardew Valley, and classic spirit-focused anime and manga, Spirittea follows a writer who has escaped to the countryside, in order to clear their head and find inspiration for their next novel.”
The gameplay actually appears paying homage to Stardew Valley, as you’ll be able to see within the reveal trailer.
As properly as serving to out spirits with their requests, there’s NPCs to befriend, and hobbies like karaoke and bug-catching to tackle. Guiding you thru this journey is Wonyan, a cat-spirit that holds the keys to the previous bathhouse.
Once you’ve helped a spirit, they’ll begin visiting the bathhouse, the place you’ll be able to supply them towels, salts, snacks and soaks. Over time, the bathhouse may be upgraded with new furnishings and rooms. More upgrades will imply totally different spirits coming to go to, and finally the go to of a Lord Spirit, that take up an entire room every.
Spirittea will launch later this yr on PC and consoles.
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