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For the King coming to Switch in early 2019

Posted on February 28, 2018 by (@NE_Brian) in News

Curve Digital is teaming up with IronOak Games to publish For the King, “a rogue-like RPG adventure which sees players journey into procedurally generated levels to avenge their recently murdered King.” It’s due out in early 2019.

Here’s more information about For the King, along with a trailer:

Mixing up a challenging blend of strategy, JRPG combat, and rogue-like elements, For The King features both a single player experience as well as the ability to play cooperatively both online and locally. Taking place in the gorgeous, hexagonal kingdom of Fahrul, players must strategically explore and battle their way through the fairytale, low-poly landscape in a bid to discover and survive, lest they succumb to death.

The once peaceful kingdom of Fahrul is in chaos – the King is dead, murdered by an unknown assailant. With nowhere left to turn and stretched beyond her means, the queen has put out a desperate plea to the citizens of the land to rise up and help stem the tide of impending doom. In For The King, players can choose to create a makeshift party, either splitting up to cover more ground or sticking together for protection. A sound strategy can mean the difference between life and death.

Each play through is made unique with procedural maps, quests, and events. Players must brave the relentless elements, fight the wicked creatures, sail the seas and delve into the dark underworld. Brutal, turn-based combat unfolds using a unique slot system for attacks and special abilities while herbs can be gathered to heal wounds and cure maladies. Safe camps protect from the horror that nightfall brings but players must remember, they do not do this for the riches or fame but for their village and for their realm. For The King!

For The King is the debut title from IronOak Games. The studio contains staffers who previously worked on Sleeping Dogs, Dead Rising, and Need For Speed.

Source: Curve Digital PR

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