In The Last Oricru, story and player choices play an important role in challenging cooperative action RPG. When an ancient sci-fi world with magic and a sci-fi legend unfolds, the player begins affecting the fate of a whole nation. A single-player and co-op version of the game is available.
Whilst no trailer was revealed at this years E3 SummerGameFest, we did manage to catch the interview with Gold Knights Executive Producer Vladimir Gerši and Creative & Game Director Pavel J. Strnad, to talk about The Last Oricru.
Taking place under the protective shield on an otherwise abandoned planet, the Last Oricru is a RPG action game that puts you at the center of a conflict. The gameplay can be played in many different ways since your decisions can have a significant impact on the conflict and its outcome. In a medieval sci-fi world, where every action has consequences, you will engage in hundreds of intense fights. Prepare your hero for one of many boss fights by raising your level and improving your skills.
A fascinating tale
Advanced technology is largely ignored in The Last Oricru world. Only a few chosen objects can be used among the last remaining remains, which are regarded as magical objects. Only The Last Oricru can use some of the advanced technology such as Cradle of Life.
Decisions That Make a Difference
It is a massive decision tree where every decision you make has its own effect on the story, the characters, the game endings, as well as the visuals in the levels and the gameplay flow. The reputation you earn with each faction depends on your actions, subquests, or death. A player can use different strategies while playing The Last Oricru – he can become the good guy or he can become the bad guy with a lot of repercussions.
Combat is a challenge
Combat in this game is complex and rewards the player with a challenging experience. In this game, your role is to influence raging battles – take down enemy soldiers or come to their aid in various mass fights. There is a wide range of customization available in terms of melee and ranged attacks, elemental damage (magic) and weight management. Don’t be surprised if you die… Quite a bit!
In co-op, you can solve many situations differently than you can in single-player. Whether you want to win boss battles or reach special areas, you can find new fun ways to do so. RPGs are all about combat, so even if you play as a melee tank, while your partner takes the magic role, you can have fun for tens of hours together!