EITR – Traverse the 9 Nordic Realms and purge the lands of their putrid infection.

Today I stumbled across a rather unique looking game called EITR. I want to immersive myself right know in the atmospheric gameplay. It’s looking lovely. Eitr is an 2D Isometric Indie Action Adventure RPG with Pixel. An upcoming video game inspired by norse mythology set in 2D isometric view.

What’s happening in EITR?

The Shield Maiden, as with all mortal Norsemen, was to have her fate determined by the three fate- weaving Norns and their sacred loom before she even entered the world. However, her destiny was shattered when the mischievous god Loki interfered, dripping spots of the wretched substance Eitr into the unwoven loom, forever altering the Shield Maiden’s path and engulfing the great tree Yggdrasil in darkness. Now the Shield Maiden must venture into the nine Norse worlds connected by Yggdrasil and unravel the mystery of her fate.

Swords. Dungeons. Monsters. Boss fights. Strike forward, dash through enemies. Level Up, find new Items and become legendary. Fancy-ious, right? Dark Souls & Diablo combined in one Game.

EITR – Gameplay Trailer

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EITR is in development by Eneme Entertainment a two man team, artist and game designer David Wright and Tobi Harper as coder. Keep an eye on their Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr for more updates. Their want you to get involved in discussions, ask questions, give suggestions and look out for competitions and more! The game will be released in 2016 for PC & PS4 – when it’s done. Here is a video from the GamesCon 2015 – EITR Gameplay Demo by IGN with Tobi Harper. Man I’m so hyped, I need to take care of my pants. A grim place, filled with death, loot and Monster… Wee!

Traverse the 9 Nordic Realms and purge the lands of their putrid infection.