Coming to Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC later in 2020, Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards looks set to take comics’ first female latino superhero into the virtual world, allowing Aluna to embark on an epic quest and to lead her people. Today the latest gameplay trailer is unveiled, and in it we get to gather up a feel for the story that will push things along.
We’ve told you plenty about Aluna: Sentinal of the Shards previously, with our exclusive interview with Aluna’s creator, Paula Garces (Harold & Kumar series, On My Block, Clockstoppers, The Shield), delving into some of the biggest secrets. Created in response to the under-representation of both female leads, and latino superheroes in comics, there is much to love about Sentinel of the Shards, as the latest trailer shows.
In the new Destiny Trailer, you’ll get the chance to investigate the beginnings of Incan mythical being Aluna, as she is sent as a little kid from Spain to the “New World” of sixteenth century Latin America, taking on an epic mission to lead her local individuals all the while. .
Upon discharge in the not so distant future, Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards vows to join the profound activity RPG mechanics of Diablo with the revisionist folklore of God of War. Based around Inca legend, Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards highlights fanciful divine beings, brutes, and stories that shaped the foundation of sixteenth century Colombian culture. Hope to be discovered taking in the Sanctuary coastline bluffs through the huge wildernesses of the New World, right to Nagaric’s Temple in the Volcanic Canyons in this epic authentic experience.
“Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards assume players to a position we’ve never observed investigated in gaming,” said Digiart Interactive originator Antonio Hernandez. “We think Inca folklore and Latin American history is truly entrancing, and there’s an enormous populace of Latin American gamers out there who aren’t reflected in their preferred hobby. We needed to commend this oft dismissed culture – and make a kick-ass daring experience en route!”
Hit up that trailer below and let us know what you think of it in the comments. We’ll be sure to follow up with a full release date confirmation for Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC when we can. In the meantime, there would be absolutely no harm in wishlisting it on Steam.