Gamigo’s next mysterious MMO chapter is One of Danger, Demons, Allies, and Prophecy

The mystery continues as to what Gamigo will announce for his next MMO, currently A World Torn Apart, but with further chapters of a mysterious plot released through a series of videos, some clues about the demon-possessed world, traditions, powers, and prophecy are forming.

Chapter 2 was released recently and started soon after tragic events of the first chapter, “A Sacrifice”. In that chapter, a family suffers a heavy loss when a demon appears during what is said to be demon hunting season. If you haven’t listened to the first part of the story, you’ve got to take some pretty important turns.

The mysterious mother, in chapter two, escapes the aftermath with the help of an ally, but their journey is also difficult, with non-stop demons and the thoughts and pain of the mother herself. However, she still intends to survive everything she’s been through and the choices she’s made.

The third chapter released today, “Summon the Gods” continues the story in an even more dangerous direction, with demon threat as well as others. Without spoiling, this demon and supernatural elements, with menacing creatures, a mysterious warrior, allies and prophecy, all seem to be adding to something. Hearing a mother’s emotions in her blade is leading us somewhere.

Listen to the latest chapter or all of them released so far to get an idea of ​​where we might be as well as maybe some possible powers or abilities for us when we know the full details. . Gamigo plans to release new chapters regularly until they officially announce the game and tell us all its stuff and what we can expect.

You can browse through all the chapters and information on A World Torn Apart. Gamigo’s next mysterious MMO chapter is One of Danger, Demons, Allies, and Prophecy


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