discover the secrets of epitasis on xbox one and series x|s

Having run the PC route and then having made launch on PS4 and PS5, it’s now the turn of Xbox players to begin to unravel the secrets of Epitasis.

A beautiful world exploration game, Epitasis from Epitasis Games comes to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, some months and years after the game has drawn in Mostly Positive reviews from the PC (Steam) crowd.

It comes to Xbox with a price of £12.49 in tow as this single player adventure whisks you through an ancient portal. And yep, much like every other ancient portal that has popped up in the gaming scene over the years, you suddenly find yourself in a new world, attempting to make sense of the situation at hand.

Set amidst the remnants of an ancient alien civilisation, it’s up to you to work your way through Epitasis, solving puzzles, working with old forgotten technology and attempting to understand the treasured relics that you come across. It’s the secrets you are here for and by understanding those, you’ll begin to see the appeal of Epitasis and hopefully unearth the fate of this lost civilisation.

There are no two ways about it – Epitasis looks beautiful (this definitely has a No Man’s Sky look to it) and we hope that the world it contains will be just as much. We’ll let you know how it goes with our full review of Epitasis on Xbox Series X|S in the coming days but for now you can take the trip you are looking for by visiting the Xbox Store and grabbing the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S download you need.

You’ll find Epitasis on PC through Steam and PS4/PS5 too.

Game Description:

Having discovered an ancient portal, you take a leap of faith and suddenly find yourself amidst the remnants of an ancient alien civilization. Cryptic puzzles, forgotten technologies and treasured relics are riddled among the beautiful wilderness that has engulfed the remains of this fallen race. If you are to learn their secrets, you must unearth the fate of the civilization that called these lost worlds home. Epitasis is a sci-fi exploration puzzle game, set on far off distant worlds.

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