The Thaumaturge’s Salutors Detailed in New Videos

A trio of trailers for 11 bit studio’s story-driven RPG The Thaumaturge have been released, serving as a spotlight for the mysterious Salutors.

Otherworldly beasts that can be seen and captured by Thaumaturges, Salutors can be seen by the protagonist Wiktor. Each Salutor possesses their own unique lore and abilities.

One of the Salutors, Bukavac, possesses sharp fangs and six clawed arms. Although he is difficult to tame, this fiery spirit is a valuable asset to have in battle.

See Bukavac with the trailer below:

The Thaumaturge | Salutors – Bukavac

Meanwhile, the little bird Lelek sings a sorrowful song and swaying people’s choices and driving them insane from the inside-out.

See this in action below:

The Thaumaturge | Salutors – Lelek

Finally, Upyr is a ghost of a tormented soul that possesses a cold, ethereal touch. Featuring malevolence toward the living, Thaumaturges best be careful with this one.

See it in action below:

The Thaumaturge | Salutors – Upyr

Note that a trailer around Weles will be released at a later date.

The full release of The Thaumaturge will arrive on December 5. All those interested can add the game to their wishlist on the official Steam page; a Steam Next Fest demo is also available.

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