Witchfire Soundtrack (2023): The Witchfire Game is an upcoming roguelike, creative first-person shooter (FPS) developed by The Astronauts. It is inspired by soul-like games and dungeon crawlers and aims to provide a new approach to combat. This game has been in development for 7 years and is almost ready for release.
The Early Access version of Witchfire was launched on September 20, 2023, and is currently available for purchase exclusively on the Epic Games Store for $39.99. The developers are planning to bring the game to other PC platforms after about a year. They are also hoping to release the final game on consoles.
Witchfire Soundtrack (About The Game)
After exhausting all their options, the Church hides in a corner as a deadly war breaks out between them and the witches. As a last resort, they resort to forbidden pagan magic to transform sinners into immortal witch hunters called ‘Priors’. You play as a hunter using guns, spells, and abilities to rid the land of these dark terrors.
Your ultimate goal is to find the Witch of the Black Sea and destroy her army. While doing so, you must obtain an artifact that can finally end the war against witches and turn the tide in your favor. This is your destiny, failure is not an option.
As you progress through the game, you’ll progress while learning new information in this exciting first-person shooter experience. Further story features include a brief descriptive introduction that explains the player’s current situation and background.
When asked how long the game will remain in early access, the developers responded: “About a year, maybe a few extra months more – but that’s it. We’re not planning on dragging it out forever.”
This gives us a rough idea of when the release date will be. As things currently stand, the Early Access version of Witchfire is exclusive to the Epic Games Store. However, the developers have said that they will be bringing the game to other PC platforms in about a year or so.
Witchfire Soundtrack (Music)
The world of Witchfire feels rich in content despite being an empty, broken place full of destruction and darkness. Part of this is due to the wonderful music, especially present during the exploration of the first area.
In terms of weapons, they seem really solid, each bullet feels impressive. The sound design certainly wasn’t overlooked as the effects are consistently good. It seems like the team’s main focus was to not only provide a working title but also some suitable music to go along with it. As the game gets closer, we can’t wait to play more of this non-stop action fest.
(External Link: Witchfire Preview – The Complete Dark Fantasy Experience – KeenGamer)