Here’s what you need to know about Jyamma Games, the studio behind Enotria: The Last Song

Enotria: The Last Song is a new Soulslike coming this September.

Ahead of the game’s release this September, SEGA highlighted Jyamma Games, the indie studio behind the upcoming Soulslike Enotria: The Last Song.

Jyamma Games is a Milan-based independent studio that’s known for more casual mobile titles like Matchy Catch and Cowzuuka. Now thought, the studio is branching out to a proper console/PC experience with Enotria.

Fittingly given where Jyamma Games is located, Enotria is a Soulslike game that’s inspired by Italian folklore and culture. Instead of just making a dark Soulslike with Italian folklore elements, the game features an interesting twist on the genre as it features sunny locales with a lot of color.

Enotria’s premise is described as:

“The world has been gripped by the Canovaccio—a twisted eternal play that keeps the world in unnatural stasis.You, Maskless One, are the only one free from a given role and master of your destiny. Defeat the mighty Authors that created it and free the world from stagnation by harnessing the power of Ardore.

Enotria: The Last Song draws inspiration from commedia dell’arte, an early Italian form of improvisational theater. Throughout its story, you’ll encounter famous character archetypes that appear in such plays. Additionally, every painting, weapon, outfit, or area can be traced back to a real-world equivalent in Italy.”

You can also check out the new Summer Game Fest trailer to give you a better idea of what to expect:

If that’s not enough, there’s also a free demo that’s available right now on PlayStation and PC that lets players explore Quinta, the City of Actors. Take note that the demo is only available until July 30, so you better try it ASAP.

Enotria: The Last Song will be released on September 19, 2024, on PS5 and PC.

Want to know more about the game? Check out our hands-on impressions of the demo here:

Enotria: The Last Song Demo Hands-On | Bright Souls