The team behind the creation of Pyre, Transistor, and Bastion, Supergiant Games has announced the debut of another title called Hades in The Game Awards.

Just like its three processors, Hades adapts the art style that looks similar to a blend of different genres. For some, this game is like a mash-up of Binding Of Isaac and God Of War.

Hades can be found exclusively on Epic Games Store, and users are assured of new characters, powers, weapons, and locations coming up.

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Hades takes place in the Underworld

As you may have guessed from the name, Hades will take place in the universe of Greek myth, more specifically, the Underworld. Powers of the characters are inspired by the Greek gods. A full release plan has not yet been confirmed by the developer but what we know now is the game will be on other platforms when the complete version is ready to debut.

If you are familiar with the last three games from Supergiant, you can expect that level of visual satisfaction in Hades because the same intricate designs are brought forth to this game too.

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Expect the same visual satisfaction as you can find in Supergiant's other game titles.

Given Supergiant’s ability to add in great voice acting, Hades features a monologue of the main character as he explores every nook and cranny of the Underworld. The storyline here is told compellingly by the excellent narration with the assistance of the artwork.

Unlike some other games where you can apply the same progression path, Hades’s runs sometimes require you to play differently. Starting off at the home base, you get to choose which weapon you keen on using. However, bear in mind that that initial choice of yours will determine what kind of temporary upgrades you encounter during the run and of course, the way you deal with the enemies.

For those who worry about the early access when the full version has not been out, the good news is Hades follows a similar structure to an episodic game, which means future updates will grow the story you have already known without making the old content less satisfactory.