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Pascal's Wager will launch for iOS devices on Jan 16th 2020, and it is currently available for Preorder in the App Store. Early purchase to receive the Heroic Herald Outfit for Terrence.
We are pleased to announce that Pascal's Wager will launch on Android devices in Q2 2020! Android is known for its wide variety of models, and in order to bring Android gamers the best possible experience, we plan to launch on Android in Q2 2020 after we’ve had enough time to make sure it works flawlessly across as many devices as possible.
Today let's travel the Land of Solas to a secret place called Katib Forest. Katib Forest is an exceptionally beautiful place compared to the rest of the world which is shrouded in darkness. Everyone that has made the journey to Katib is struck by its sheer beauty and is something they can never forget.
A Dark World,A Fallen Sun
Colossus,The Walking 'Gods'
According to legends,
the Colossus appeared after the Sun was lost,
plunging the World into the darkness of the Sendril.
The Colossi walk on the land, emit the light that disperses the Dark Fog
As these ‘Gods’ walk,
And in order to survive, People must follow the Colossi.
Which is why they are revered as Gods in a World without Light.
Terrence is a Courier, banished by the Church for transgressions he must atone for.
By seemingly accident, Terrence has found clues of an affliction related to the Colossus but also that his long-lost wife Teresa, could be involved.
Terrence has set off on a journey to not only unravel this mystery but to also find his wife Teresa, who disappeared into the Black Fog long ago...
Benita is the only friend of Terrence in Blessland, She serves as a Nun to spread the teachings of
belief and seek out and destroy the foes of the Church.
In order to save her friends, she has paid deeply by losing her own sight which matters not to her, as the World she has always seen is one without light.