Eastshade: the neat-looking and adventurous video game coming to Linux

Eastshade screenshot

The truth is that few video games have impressed me so much in terms of the graphical look so spoiled that Eastshade has. You can spend a long time looking at the screenshots and the beautiful landscapes that can be seen in this video game. The developers have really done a relentless job in that regard, and the best thing is that the adventure title will come for Linux as well, at least for SteamOS officially and surely there are unofficial ports for other distros.

Few games have these so picturesque landscapes that make you stop to contemplate them, and if you see the Eastshade Official Trailer You will see that I am not lying about it. And it is that the story behind this video game needs this type of landscape, since you immerse yourself in the skin of a painter who decides to travel exploring the island of Eastshade, and exploring the magnificent sites, he will capture them on a canvas with his paintings to leave them immortalized with their art.

You will be able to talk with the inhabitants of Eastshade Island to learn about their lives and integrate more in that beautiful place, as well as discover interesting mysteries and discover secrets on this mysterious land. So not everything is going to be art, there are also many adventures to live. To do this, you will have to go through the natural landscapes of the island through dead-end passages until you reach forgotten places, impacting the entire extraordinary world that surrounds you.

Eastshade is almost a real life experience, with dynamic conversations with the inhabitants that you will find there, moments to compose images of any place, acquire materials and schemes to overcome obstacles, actions and dialogue decisions that will affect the outcome of the future of the video game, meet new characters, etc. Everything from the hand of the same Developer Leaving Lyndow, and that he will officially support SteamOS...

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  1.   Gregory said

    As soon as I see the capture, the Oblivion of Bethesda comes to mind, possibly I will associate it with some corner of Cyrodiil along the path paved by the river. It would be a dream to catch an equivalent game on Linux.