Tirta Game Made in Indonesia Will Be Present on PS5 and Switch: Okezone techno

GAME Tirta made in Indonesia will be available on the Sony PlayStation 5 console (PS5) and Nintendo Switch. Tirta is an adventure genre game with a Balinese cultural background. The game features an exploration of ancient ruins and temples on an island, as well as a number of puzzles and challenges to conquer along the way.

Quoting from IGN, Monday (19/10/2020), Tirta was made by the game studio Agate. Tirta presents Indonesian culture in an easily accessible way, and tells the story of humans fighting the wild.

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This game makes you control the character The Priestess who is adventuring in Bali and the surrounding islands. The journey involves ancient and sacred rituals that must be completed. Then face human interference which is a threat to many creatures there.

Priestess will face a giant king and a myriad of small monsters. Priestess fought them with martial arts and elemental abilities. In addition, players will be able to explore ancient islands, solve environmental puzzles and uncover game knowledge through rock carvings hidden throughout the land.

This game looks similar to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild which focuses on adventure. The theme of humans fighting wildlife is also reminiscent of Studio Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke.

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Tirta is Agate’s newest project. This original Indonesian game studio previously created Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story for PS4, Steam and Nintendo Switch, as well as mobile games such as Code Atma and Esports King.

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The Tirta game itself will be launched on PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch around 2022.


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