Sega Presents SolSeraph, the Fantasy Adventure Inspired by Actraiser, on Video


The authors of the ACE Team and the leaders of SEGA officially announce the SolSeraph project, a scrolling adventure inspired by ActRaiser and other glorious 2D action from the 8 and 16-bit consoles.

The new digital experience packaged by the developers of Rock of Ages and Zeno Clash will catapult us into a fantasy dimension linked indirectly to the mythology of Ancient Greece.

Our intrepid alter-ego, the demigod Helios, will indeed have to restore peace between human beings and help them create their own civilization by protecting them from the constant threat of demons and ancestral monsters that populate a world abandoned by the Pantheon’s gods.

From the point of view of petty gameplay mechanics, just as in ActRaiser we will have to alternate action-platform missions in two-dimensional scenarios with typically managerial and strategic sessions with a top-down view: 2D levels will help Helios acquire the skills and the skills needed to build city structures and fortify their defenses.

SolSeraph is scheduled to go live on July 10 on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In addition to the presentation video at the beginning of the article, at the bottom of the page, you will also find the very first game images.