Ozysoft revealed more of its August-announced Project Buramato game, and the result continues to be impressive.
The studio shared the gameplay clip on Twitter, but we can’t call it serious gameplay footage, as even the team itself dubbed it a sneak peek. Still, the studio has achieved its target: they likely wanted the press to talk about the game, and here we are, doing the thing the South-East Asian group set out to achieve!
It’s a unique project because it’s an Indonesian game. Here’s what we wrote about it two months ago: “The South-East Asian region has more than Japan and China: a prime example would be the Indonesia-based studio Ozysoft, which will go down an unusual, but highly unique setting route. The team is working on a high fantasy (usually set in an alternative, fictional (“secondary”) world, rather than the “real” or “primary” world; this secondary world is usually internally consistent, but its rules differ from those of the primary world) 3D action-adventure platformer called Project Buramato. […]
Here’s Ozysoft’s overview of Project Buramato: “Project Buramato is a 3D action-adventure platformer video game based on the high fantasy settings of traditional Bornean folktales. [It’s] a 3D action shooter platformer video game based on the high fantasy settings of traditional Bornean folktales. Play the game in fast-paced third-person action. [It has] minimalistic storytelling, focused on the atmosphere. Fight mystical creatures via magic-focused shooter gameplay. Explore the land of the old lords in beautiful semi-open world environments.”
We can’t say for sure that this game will be a success, but we can give it a shot later this year, as Ozysoft is preparing a prototype alpha demo for the final quarter of the year (October-December) on PC. Project Buramato (which will likely be renamed later) will launch in late 2022 on almost everything (PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch). Can the devs pull it off? Releasing a game on all major platforms simultaneously?”
The past two months have improved the game by a landslide, and we can now experience its visuals in a video, too. You can find it on Steam as well.
[SNEAK PEEK – short gameplay preview]
This is the result of the first 4 months of the development process. We are very happy to have finally reached this point.
— Ozysoft (@Ozysoft) October 30, 2021