In March 2020, Sabotage Studio announced Sea of Stars, a wonderful and promising pixel-art RPG designed as a love letter to old-school turn-based RPGs like Chrono Trigger and early Final Fantasy. The first teaser trailer captivated millions of players. It launched the Kickstarter campaign, which quickly went from 10,000 to 1.5 million dollars raised, and now the studio announced that making the high-quality product that fans expect will take a little more time.
Sea of Stars will not be released by the end of 2022 as previously announced but in 2023. The studio has published a message on its social channels apologizing for the inconvenience and adding that it will try in every way to publish something playable by the end of the year, probably a demo. We remind you that until a few days ago, the game was expected for the Christmas period on PC (Steam) and Nintendo Switch.
Sea of Stars is a turn-based RPG with pixel-art graphics inspired by the great classics of the 90s. The story follows the adventures of two boys who must combine the powers of the sun and the moon to be able to launch the “magic of the eclipse,” the only force capable of repelling the forces of evil invoked by an evil alchemist known as “The Fleshmancer. ” The adventure will be divided into narrative arcs that will lead the two protagonists to interact (and collaborate) with other characters and freely explore a world rich and full of secrets and face many types of creatures.