Marvelous Europe has shared the opening movie for Silent Hope. This is a new action RPG title scheduled to launch on the Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe and on PC via Steam worldwide on October 3rd.

The anime is backed with a title track by viral music sensation KAMI WA SAIKORO WO FURANAI. This opening showcases the seven heroes enjoying a bit of downtime at Base Camp. Then they venture into the Abyss to take on the enemies that lurk within its depths.

The rock band featuring Shuusaku Yanagita on vocals, Kiichi Yoshida on guitar, Gaku Kiriki on bass, and Ryousuke Kurokawa on drums complements Silent Hope’s wordless world with an energetic original song. It sets players up for the perilous journey that lies ahead.

What is Silent Hope?

In a world without words, what hope is there for humanity? Silent Hope takes place in a once-peaceful land, silenced by the former King. This tyrant, stole people’s speech before escaping into the endless chasm known as The Abyss. Following these events, the Princess, mourning her father’s actions, wept endlessly until her sorrow entombed her in a magical teardrop. Now, years after these events faded from memory, seven heroes find themselves imbued with new powers and drawn towards the Princess. To restore their world, they must brave the depths of The Abyss to find the long-lost King and free the Princess from her crystalline prison.

Silent Hope harkens back to the glory days of isometric dungeon crawlers while adopting modern features. Players will take the role of seven unlikely heroes. Each of these characters has their own unique weapon, fighting style, and non-combat job. After spending their days battling through enemies and collecting materials in The Abyss, the heroes return to Base Camp to craft items, improve gear, and rest up for their next adventure. Each journey into The Abyss will be a fresh experience, with randomized layouts ensuring every excursion has the element of chance, with even greater dangers lurking the further the heroes dare to venture.

The physical standard edition can be pre-ordered via the Marvelous Europe website. Also, digital pre-orders are now available on the Nintendo eShop across Europe and Australia.

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