Screenwriter of ‘The Witcher’ and Earth 2160 working on Hellish Quart

Polish 3D animator Jakub Kishel, who performs under the nickname Kubold, announced that the famous Polish writer Jacek Komuda is working on the story campaign of the historical fencing simulator Hellish Quart. And the game will take place in the universe of his books. Komuda by education historian, he specializes in the times of Sarmatian Poland and Zaporozhye Cossacks.

And in his books, historical realities are intertwined with mysticism and fiction. He is best known for the series โ€œWild Fieldsโ€, for which the game Dzikie Pola.

Hellish Quart is not Komuda‘s first work in video games. Together with writer Machey Jurevich, he created the script of the first part of โ€œThe Witcherโ€ .

Hellish Quart on February 16 comes into early access. There will be no story mode in this version, work on it will last all the time in the final test – presumably it will take a year or two.

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