The Thaumaturge was announced with a new teaser trailer, which you may see below: this is the new one RPG isometrico from the publisher 11 Bit Studios and the development team Fool's Theory, or authors of Frostpunk and the Witcher remake.
The game isn't entirely new: it's the one that was presented last spring with a first teaser trailer as Project Vitriol, which has since adopted a different name.
The Thaumaturge is presented as an isometric RPG, thus forming part of a traditional cRPG strategy which will have a strong narrative component.
The Fool's Theory group is also very knowledgeable on the subject, being composed of "a collective of veterans," who is also working on an open world RPG called Seven: The Days Long Gone.
The Thaumaturge is being described as a "deep, morally ambiguous, narrative-driven" RPG, as an example.
The Thaumaturge's history is set in Warsaw, Poland in the early 20th century, following Russia's annexation. It is a imposing city, but also dotted with contrasts, where poverty contrasts with great wealth and tense power relations. From the cracks of reality, the Thaumaturge's tale stages mysterious beings called Salutors.
Beyond the PC version, these beings are able to glimpse into men's personalities and discover their most hidden desires and intentions among secrets, distortions, imperfections, and other things.