Download Sigil PC Game 2022

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Memory: 8 GB
Processor: Intel Core i5-2400 @ 3.1 Ghz
Storage: 6 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 OR AMD R9 290X
OS: 7, 8, 10
Year: 2022
Developer: Tauron Glyph
Version: v 1.21

The story of Sigil tells about the hero, which for the sake of his goal does not make the best deeds. There was a kingdom of Gulkishar, where one dark ritual was committed. As a result, Planet Linital died. She puts the kingdom to the Divine power, allowing you to open the gates into the world aspects.

To resurrect the planet, the secret society of devotees spend a ritual, sacrificing the royal know. Their idea was crowned with success. But a stillborn heir was born, as a result of which a new era came - a Dead Moon, which means that the world of aspects is now available to all. The main character of Sigil is the dead heir of the royal family traveling around the world to find aspect gaps. He communicates with spirits and gets ancient knowledge and signs to help him remove the curse. Gaming process is represented by deep tactical role elements of the old school. During the history, the protagonist will have to take many complex moral elections. The branching system of dialogs will allow you to choose a huge amount of plot lines.

It is noteworthy that the appearance of the character will change depending on his actions. This is based on the entire plot showing the prospect of the consequences. Sigil gives the opportunity to see the color of history in terms of another perspective, where the actions committed in good can have an extremely diametrical result for other heroes. Open world will allow you to freely move around the world, carefully examining the interactive environment. The world of aspects contains both a light memory, represented by strong emotions of people, and dark - filled with emotions of demons and various evil spirits.

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