Aztech Forgotten Gods Release Date and What We Know

Aim Nario
Aim Nario
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Achtli from Aztech Forgotten Gods

Aztech Forgotten Gods first got its exposure last year during Nintendo’s Indie World. The game caught the attention of many due to its futuristic Mesoamerican empire setting. With the Aztech Forgotten Gods release date approaching, here is everything you need to know about it.

The game is being developed by Lienzo, makers of Mulaka – another breathtaking action-adventure game released in 2018. Indeed, Mulaka is a visually stunning game and Aztech Forgotten Gods share some similarities.

Aztech Forgotten Gods Release Date

Aztech Forgotten Gods have an initial release date of December 21, 2021. Though, after some delay, it’s headed to PC and consoles on March 10, 2022. 

The game will arrive on the Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It will be available on PC via Steam and Epic Games.


The game is a 3D cyber-stone action-adventure that relies heavily on mobility, verticality, and air battles. Alongside quick maneuvers and your jetpack combat, there are puzzle elements as well. You will have to think and figure out the weak spot of the enemy.

It follows the story of Achtli, an Aztec woman who inherits the Lightkeeper. It is an ancient weapon that aids her to help save the world from mighty Forgotten Gods. Also, the Lightkeeper brings Tez and Achtli together.

A demo for Aztech Forgotten Gods was available in December last year. This gave us a showed a glimpse of what the game offers. There will be a lot of button-mashing action, similar to titles like Asura’s Wrath.

You also check the gameplay preview by Lienzo below. It isn’t long but gives us a good idea of what the gameplay is like.

Who are the characters?

Here are the characters you would encounter throughout the game.

  • Achtli – the protagonist and wielder of Lightkeeper
  • Nantsin – Achtli’s mother and her accomplice
  • Tepo – Achtli’s friend and ‘sidekick’
  • Cahuani – Nantsin’s boss
  • Tez – the voice inside Achtli’s head

There are several bosses in the game, and you’ll have plenty of combat to dive in. The Centzon Huitznahuac (monsters) are scattered throughout the map. 

These monsters are:

  • Soldier – wielders of energy cannon
  • Tank – tough enemies that are not easily defeated
  • Mage – long-distance fighters, enemy’s support

Aztech Forgotten Gods Trailer

There are several trailers available for the game now. Check them out here.

Announcement Trailer

This is the announcement trailer for Aztech.

Extended Gameplay Trailer

Check out the gameplay trailer for the upcoming title.

Aztech Forgotten Gods system requirements

Here are the system requirements for PC.

Aztech Forgotten Gods Minimum Requirements

  • OS: Windows 8
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 6 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel iris Pro Graphics 580
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i7
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 780
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 3 GB available space

The title isn’t very demanding and should be run fine on a wide variety of systems. The GTX 780 is a fairly old GPU at this point, and should be fine for Aztec at higher settings based on these.

Despite being a fast-paced title, it’s also coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Aztech Forgotten Gods file size on Nintendo Switch

Moving on to the Nintendo Switch side, make sure to have at least 2GB of storage available. The game is expected to take around 1.8GB of storage for the Nintendo Switch.

PlayStation and Xbox users can expect similar storage requirements as the PC version.

That was all you need to know about Aztech Forgotten Gods. Did you find this article resourceful? Are you excited about the upcoming action game? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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Aim is a gaming content writer who loves playing Apex Legends and Dota 2. He also plays casual games such as Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Pokemon titles on his Nintendo Switch too. He sometimes streams on his Facebook Gaming Page called Aimpossible.
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