Children of Morta gets online co-op in the Fellowship Sanctuary update

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Children of Morta is easily one of the best looking pixel-art games around, and the gameplay is pretty awesome too. Now you can team up with a friend as the online co-op update is out.

"Children of Morta is an action RPG with a rogue-lite approach to character development, where you don’t play a single character - but a whole, extraordinary family of heroes. Hack’n’slash through hordes of enemies in procedurally generated dungeons, caves and lands and lead the family of Bergsons, with all their flaws and virtues, against the forthcoming Corruption."

The Fellowship Sanctuary free update brings the new mode to both the Story and Family Trials modes. Sounds like this is the final update to the game too. Nothing else was mentioned that came with the update, so it's not clear if it fixes up any issues elsewhere.

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You can buy Children of Morta on GOG, Humble Store and Steam. Additionally it's free to play on Steam for a few days with a big 65% discount!

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3 comments

Salvatos 14 Feb
Oooh thanks for the heads up on the free-to-play period, I’ve been intrigued by this game but really need to give it a test run before I decide if it’s for me.
Nezchan 14 Feb
I don't usually take advantage of play-for-free offers, but I've had my eye on this for a while so why not.
fanyx 14 Feb
Thanks for the short article!
I was playing this game via Steam Remote Play with a friend and would've totally missed the update if it wasn't for your post.

Jumping back in in the next few days probably hehe
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