When you first look at the trailer, it is possible to understand that the game has a samurai theme and a deep story inside. Also, its graphics reflect the samurai theme very well.
Ronin: Two Souls will open in early access on February 18th.
Let’s remind that M11 Studio consists of a team of only two. So it looks like it will be a very successful game for a game developed by two people.
We saw a similar situation in the Bright Memory game. Now, independent small game makers have started to do good work, even if it consists of one person.
If you want to check the steam link for Ronin: Two Souls, you can click HERE.
RONIN is a RPG that focuses on the story and completely frees the player into the game’s universe. It is an action/adventure game with its own style, where there are no boring and unnecessary missions which you play on and on to win the same loots. The Kenji character which we started the game with in Episode 1 works hard to become a samurai. But with the end of the first episode trouble comes after us that we can never escape. Kenji is no longer alone, and he can’t be alone until the mission is over. With the following episodes, privacy and many more mechanics will be added to the game. We even have crazy ideas like adding Co-op and PVP modes. We think you should know that we have high hopes for the Co-op mode.