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Braveland Trilogy heading to Switch next month

Posted on February 18, 2019 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop

Tortuga Team today announced Braveland Trilogy for Switch. The collection of turn-based adventure RPGs features the original Braveland, Braveland Pirate, and Braveland Wizard. All three games have “tactical combat and role-playing gameplay combined with new challenges, heroes, henchmen, enemies, and environments”.

Here’s some additional information:

Braveland King’s Bounty and Heroes of Might & Magic. In Braveland, you start as a humble warrior’s son whose village was cruelly raided – and work your way to becoming the commander of a powerful army. Hand-crafted art complements a wonderful fantasy-based story where your young hero recruits allies to aid in the cause while learning spells and battling bosses on his way to becoming the ultimate protector of the land.

Braveland Wizard adds a new twist by placing you in the role of a new graduate of the magical academy. The game adds three schools of Battle Magic, a talent tree for deeper character development, more allies to recruit to your cause, and randomly created dungeons which offer your Wizard all kinds of rare rewards!

Braveland Pirate puts you in the role of the sea-dog Captain Jim, as he embarks on a quest to find the Eternal Treasure. Hordes of undead, chests full of gold, devious pirate captains, and breathtaking adventures await you in the Free Islands. This time around, you’re equipped with a sailing ship and a hearty crew, setting sail for tropical paradises loaded with loot!

Key features:
Three-in-one Fun: Get Braveland, Braveland Wizard, and Braveland Pirate all in one great bundle. Each game offers a unique take on your character, from magic schools to pirate tricks, there’s something special about each game in the series!

Tons of Turn-based Bliss: Dozens of hours of gameplay and story will keep players endlessly engaged

Monster Madness: Each game in the Braveland Trilogy adds more allies to recruit, fiends to fight, and bosses to battle. There’s always something, or someone, fresh to find and befriend, or battle.

Worlds of Wonder: Hand-drawn art and rich storytelling combine to immerse players in fantastical worlds

Duelists Welcome: Same-screen multiplayer allows players to enjoy PvP battles

And a trailer:

Braveland Trilogy launches March 7 via the Switch eShop.

Source: Tortuga Team PR

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