As Troy, a deserter from an evil empire, players will be able to make amends for their past misdeeds through their decisions. They’ll be able to alter the ending through plot and quest decisions, and alter the gameplay by adjusting encounter rates as well as choosing between real-time or turn-based battles.
Players can switch battle systems on the fly, choosing whether they wish to fight strategically or just brawl with their foes to rush through combat. This power is also tied to the game’s story, hinting that Troy may have abilities he is only just beginning to understand.
Revere’s developer is seeking $8520, and expects to release the game in Fall of this year should they receive the funding.