Tuque Games will drop “Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance” this June.
The hype toward the Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance continues to build up these past few weeks. Ahead of its official release nearly three months from today, new trailer and teaser materials have now emerged before the public.
Comic Book Resources dropped a brief run-down as to what the fans may expect from the co-op RPG. This comes after the developer Tuque Games released an “abilities reel” for Wulfgar.
The material highlights the barbarian’s moves, including the area of effect and ranged attacks, as well as the melee attacks. While this has increased the excitement further, the game itself seemingly has a lot more to offer.
About Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance is a third-person action RPG. The solo gameplay allows the player to swap between characters.
But, because of its co-op nature for the online feature, players may play with three others to complete a party. The roles available are Wulfgar, Catti-brie, Bruenor, and Drizzt Do’Urden.
Games Radar said that the teaming up lets the players “bludgeon, pierce, and slash” their way through the numerous “ferocious villains” in Icewind Dale. It will be an attempt to stop them from getting their hands on the Crystal Shard.
Like most games in the D&D franchise, players will be able to level up the characters. Also, unlocking of better gears, as well as character-specific skills, are apparent in the game.
Players can pre-order the game ahead of its official release
The Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance will officially head to PC via Steam and Epic Games, and various consoles on June 22. The compatible devices include PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S.
Weeks ahead of its release, players may now pre-order the game. The official website for the Dark Alliance notes that there will be three available editions.
The standard edition costs $39.99, which includes the game, as well as Beholder Weapon Set. The inclusion will see the characters in the party wielding Beholder-themed weapons, such as an ax, a hammer, bow, or scimitar.
Players may also order the Digital Deluxe Edition, which costs about AU$79. Aside from the game and the Beholder Weapon Set, this bundle comes with Lich Weapon Set and the Echoes of the Blood War expansion content, as well.
For the same price, Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance also offers the Steelbook Edition. It is a “retail-exclusive,” which includes all the items on the Digital Deluxe Edition, plus a Mini Art Book, a Collectible Steelbook Case, and the official soundtrack of Dark Alliance.
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