In the Turning Point of the Deep, two halls of records provide insight on the Ancients and the Ball. The Odyssey of the Sky Ones provides more backstory in the form of murals on the walls.
Teleporting into the Pit has landed me on top of the spaceship that landed there a few hours earlier. Act 6: The Believer begins as I enter the Turning Point of the Deep, a large hall swimming with lava and heat. Even while carrying my cold device, my body temperature hovers around 100 degrees F with a constant risk of heat stroke. Luckily there is a campsite nearby with food and water. But two gated hallways appear to have more information pertaining to the history of the Sky Ones.
Paintings on the wall depict The Odyssey, perhaps encompassing the Sky Ones journey and plan for this particular planet? Did the Sky Ones scout the planet as an option for their own race to live?
Snippets written on plaques speak of The Ancients in the tale of the Tracking of Time. The tribes of planet Uroboros had united to live in peace. It appears the planet itself is decaying to darkness. The tribes seek a new source of energy. But something came along as rescued them, whisking them away from the planet. After many cycles of the moon, data has been discovered regarding a secret of the Ancients’. The Ancients also apparently emitted some sort of waveforms that were decoded into blueprints for machinery.
The first object constructed from the blueprints was The Ball! An object that could provide limitless energy. But as hinted to a few times earlier in the series, the contents of the ball may not be what the Ancients had in mind.
The Solus Project was fully released on June 7, 2016 for PC. Late June 2016 for Xbox One. VR Compatible with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Developed by Hourences and Grip Games. Published by Teotl Studios.
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