Binary Haze Interactive, A New Japanese Publisher, Announces Inaugural Game

Binary Haze Interactive, a brand new Japanese publisher, has announced their first game – Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights.

Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights is a dark fantasy metroidvania fairy tale developed by Live Wire and Adglobe and published by Binary Haze Interactive.

Lily,  the last surviving priestess in a land devastated by an endless and oppressive rain turning people undead, awakens in a church with no memory. However, players will begin to explore the world beyond the church and can summon the spirits of purified undead to protect her.

Within the world, players can explore the challenging supernatural world to haunting music by musical group Mili (Goblin Slayer opening “Rightfully”, Ghost in the Shell).

As a brand new publisher established in June 2020, Binary Haze Interactive, they are already balancing a hefty agenda with three games. Starting with Ender Lilies, led by Keisuke Okabe, the other two unannounced games will be developed by Adglobe’s teams in Tokyo, Osaka, and Montreal. They are planed to be revealed next year.

Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights will be available on Steam and consoles in Winter 2020.

My Opinion:
Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights sounds and based on the brief trailer, looks to be a very “Harry” kind of game. I’m often a fan of metroidvanias, so when Ender Lilies mashes it up with a dark fantasy fairy tale, it’s an automatic pique in my interest. I look forward to getting more information and trying it out soon!


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