Aztech Forgotten Gods, a video game by Lienzo Gaming Studio inspired by Mexican mythology, is being discussed for a live-action film adaptation.
Aztech forgotten gods, a video game inspired by ancient Mexican mythology and created by Lienzo Gaming Studio, will be adapted into a live-action feature film. The fledgling game hasn’t even been released to the public yet, but has a planned release for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC later this year.
With Aztech, it’s fun to imagine what construction of the world can be achieved through the many multi-dimensional characters, mythology, and vast cultural stories.
The rich combination of ancient mythology, history and fantasy embedded in the game is a solid foundation for world building that has great potential to create a complex universe. The producers of Impossible Dream were smart to snatch him away Aztech in their early stages, as they may have a future successful franchise on their hands. The game also takes a revisionist approach to the history of the European presence in Aztec society, serving as a reminder of brutality while making way for better stories to tell.
Here’s Canvas’s description of the story behind their next game:
Aztech forgotten gods is the cybernetic action and adventure that follows Achtli, a young woman who fights against the colossal forgotten gods. To uncover the truth behind your Mesoamerican metropolis in the distant future, you will have to turn the power of the gods against them, as you soar through the city with power and grace using an ancient artifact, a remnant of a long forgotten time.
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