Former Dragon Age screenwriter interactive musical Chorus changes name and
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Former Dragon Age screenwriter, interactive musical Chorus changes name and gains a publisher

Humble Games Publishing announcedwhich will take over the publishing of Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical (formerly known as Chorus: An Adventure Musical) from Australia’s Summerfall Studios.

Image Credit: Humble Games

Image Credit: Humble Games

Recall that the development of Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical was funded by players of the Fig crowdfunding service back in November 2019, but since May 2020 Summerfall Studios has been stubbornly silent about the fate of the project.

David Gaider, former Dragon Age writer and Stray Gods creative director explainedthat Humble’s help over the past year has helped make the game bigger (length, number of songs) and better (full dub).

As for the name change, according to Summerfall Studios Executive Producer Elie Young, there were many reasons behind the decision, but the main reason was that the project had outgrown its original vision and needed a new name.

The team realized that they weren’t creating an adventure, but a game with role-playing elements: “We feel that Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical is a much better representation of what we are doing and where we want to take Summerfall Studios going forward.”.

Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical takes place in a world where Greek gods live among humans. The main character – Grace – is able to draw others into musical numbers with her singing.

The authors promise “A Compelling Story”, the impact of decisions on the course of the plot and four potential lovers. Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical Still Confirmed For PC Only (steam) and has no release date.

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