Nazralath: The Fallen World artwork and logo for the atmospheric souls-like adventure

If you're tired of exploring vaguely medieval England and you're looking for something a little bit out of the ordinary, you might want to keep an eye on the freshly announced Nazralath: The Fallen World. It's a highly atmospheric action-adventure with a surreal yet stunning art style heavily inspired by the works of Zdzisław Beksiński and H.P. Lovecraft.

Since words alone are absolutely useless at conveying just how unique Nazralath's presentation is, allow me to share with you the reveal trailer. Have a gander, it's quite the sight to behold:

Aside from the brief appearance of World of Warcraft's Night Elves, I'm absolutely on board with whatever Nazralath is trying to do here! Speaking of which, it's worth mentioning that Nazralath is not going to be a pure Dark Souls clone, as much as it might look like one at first glance.

Judging by the brief description that came with the announcement, exploration and dialogue will be the key aspects of Nazralath, not the combat. So the choices you make and the relationships you foster will be the catalysts that will shape your journey, and with the team citing Planescape: Torment as one of their influences, Nazralath has the potential to get really interesting.

The one bit of bad news is that no release date has been announced just yet, not even an estimate. As such, the only thing I can really tell you is that Nazralath: The Fallen World will be coming to PC via Steam.

To learn a tiny bit more about it, as well as to keep track of any future updates, you should hop on over to the official website. Enjoy the weirdness!

Nazralath: The Fallen World screenshot of a friendly location in this atmospheric action-adventure

Nazralath: The Fallen World screenshot of a strange and atmospheric world