Thea: The Awakening Now Available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Indie studio MuHa Games is pleased to inform about the console release of its successful strategy roguelike game, Thea: The Awakening. All PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players can now step into a dark fantasy world of Slavic mythology and lead a group of mankind’s last survivors.

Thea: The Awakening combines strategy and tactics with the tension and grit of a roguelike survival, a captivating story uncovered through in-game events, and a unique combat system based on a complex card battle game. In the game, the player takes the role of a Slavic god caring for a group of survivors, helps them rebuild their village, explore the dark fantasy world, and battle evil creatures lurking on every corner. Feast your eyes on the gameplay trailer below.

Console versions feature procedurally generated single-player campaign full of non-linear events and challenges making each playthrough a completely new adventure. Turn-based strategy gameplay, advanced character and resource management, crafting, and card battles are mixed into a truly unique experience never before seen on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game was ported from PC to consoles by Tactile Fusion studio which also designed completely new controls for gamepads and created a new and enjoyable way of playing Thea.

Thea: The Awakening was originally released on PC and now is available digitally on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. For more details visit your platform’s online store or the developer’s website at or you can throw them a like them on Facebook and follow them on their official Twitter.

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Building trucks by day and gaming by night. Think I was born with a joystick in my hand ;) Started gaming on the ZX Spectrum+ in 1984 aged 9 years old and never looked back. Played on various formats from Atari ST, Snes, Megadrive, Saturn, Playstation, N64 and PC for 17 years. Currently game on the Xbox One