Marchsreiter supports TLM for the launch of Zorya: The Celestial Sisters

Jan 5, 2022 | Gaming

Communication is the be-all and end-all in many games, be it strategic discussions before a raid or hastily called out information about the position of enemy players. However, in Zorya: The Celestial Sisters, it’s an absolute necessity – so we feel right at home. We’re looking forward to supporting publisher TLM Partners and the small Canadian developer studio MadLife Divertissement with their launch.

Winner of the Ubisoft Montreal Game Lab competition, the adventure puzzle game Zorya: The Celestial Sisters offers players – and their in-game partner – increasingly intricate puzzles as they make their way through different areas of the land of Vyraj, a desolate world where the sun never sets. Players control either Aysu, the goddess of night, who must always remain in the shadows, or the all-powerful sun goddess Solveig, who can control time and harness the sun’s immense energy. The goal of the game is to finally reunite the separated sisters.

The launch trailer for Zorya shows just how beautiful the world of the two sisters is: https://youtu.be/B5zjmd7baVE   

The game is available for Nintendo Switch as well as for PC via Steam and Epic Games Store and not only offers crossplay and splitscreen at launch, but also a Friends Pass that allows players to invite their friends even if they do not own the game themselves.

In our opinion, this makes Zorya the perfect co-op game – whether for the couch or online.

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