Mages Of Mystralia Scheduled To Hit PS4 And PC Next Spring
(Last Updated On: November 17, 2016)

Mage of Mystralia was recently announced by developers Borealys Games to hit PS4 and PC during the Spring of 2017. The magic game explores creating your very own spells and rising from the bottom to the top in spell mastery.

The upcoming 2017 game Mage of Mystralia sees players assuming the role of Zia, a young girl who gets exiled from her village for practicing magic (or wizard work). In the realm of Mystralia magic is something that is rare and is frowned upon when in use, this leads Zia to practice and experiment while she’s in exile.

Furthermore, the developers took to the PlayStation.blog to announce some of the things players can look forward to before the game drops during the Spring of 2017.

“When we set out to create Mages of Mystralia, we wanted players to feel like a mage. To master the ways of magic and create spells that are uniquely their own. To that end, a rich, powerful, and intuitive spell creation system is fundamental to the experience.”

That’s right, spell creation will play a special role in this game so that folks can manipulate whatever element that comes to mind in a potent way. Honestly, I like creating new things in games when devs give folks the opportunity to do so. With that said a new video sits below.

If you can’t wait for 2017 to get here to so that you can get your hands on Mage of Mystralia, the devs have some news for you…

“If you will be attending PlayStation Experience in Anaheim on December 3 and 4, you’ll be able to play through a complete area of the game, filled with different enemy types, puzzles, and some bonus secrets to uncover.”

Mage of Mystralia will be for PS4 and PC and will release next year. For more information regarding this game you can read the full post over on the PlayStation.blog.


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    “Mystralia” sounds like an ethereal sub-reality of Australia.