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    Humble Games And Summerfall Studio’s New DLC, Stray Gods: Orpheus To Launch On June 27th ; Coming Soon To Consoles

    Humble Games and Summerfall Studios revealed Stray Gods: Orpheus, a brand new DLC coming to Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical for PC on June 27th, 2024. The DLC will be coming soon to consoles.

    In Stray Gods: Orpheus, play as Orpheus in this brand new story for Stray Gods: The Roleplaying Musical. Orpheus’ story is arguably finished – until Hermes brings him back to the world of the living. With their help, players will guide Orpheus through the depths of mortal decision-making – who to date, what to hope for, and what instrument to rock out on.

    Starring Anthony Rapp (RENT, Star Trek: Discovery), Erika Ishii (Worlds Beyond Number, Dimension 20) and written by David Gaider, Stray Gods: Orpheus is a comedic feature-length experience that history buffs, hopeless romantics, and rock stars alike can enjoy.

    Players can experience 6 brand new original songs, where each decision changes the song and the story. Composed by Austin Wintory, with lyrics by Simon Hall (Tripod), Montaigne (Jess Cerro), and new addition Tom Cardy (Red Flags, Artificial Intelligence), Stray Gods: Orpheus has hours of interactive music for players to explore again and again.

    Summerfall Studios is an independent game development company founded in 2018 in Melbourne, Australia by David Gaider, Liam Esler, and Elie Young with a focus on making premium narrative-led, character-driven games.

    Humble Games is Humble Bundle’s publishing arm, composed of a passionate and nimble team that works remotely with a collection of talented global development partners worldwide.

    Humble Games is best known for their critically acclaimed and award-winning hits such as A Hat in Time, Forager, Project Wingman, SIGNALIS, Slay the Spire, Temtem, UNSIGHTED, Unpacking and Wizard of Legend.

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