Imagine for a moment what the world would have imagined if Jesus, rather than forgiving us for our sins on the cross, had rolled out of the tomb with a proper nark on instead. Thats the basis of the Polish author Jacek Piekaras series of novels, which is now set to become a third-person action adventure I, The Inquisitor, from The Dust. Somebody may consult the Archbishop of Canterbury for the PEGI rating, like.
The Inquisitor is described as a dark fantasy Renaissance by the developers. You''ll play as Inquisitor Mordimer Madderdin (though who hes madder than Im not sure. Christ maybe?) and as you might expect from someone who inquires for a living, therell be detective elements to the game, along with grey moral choices and some supernatural shenanigans. I''m not sure how this worlds Church works for that.
Youre is sent to a city called Konigstein, where Mordimer will cut up the peasantry in the name of our Lord and try to cure an ancient evil. I''ll be the first to say this one sounds absolutely batshit but im also kind of here for it? I''ve always been a fan of alternate times, and I''m pretty sure I would, therefore, be the one to say "bloody, vengeful, and Christianity."
I, The Inquisitor hasn''t had a release date as of yet, but it will be available on PC via Steam as well as on the current-gen PlayStation and Xboxes.