Strategy RPG For The King Hits PC Via Steam Early Access; Launch Trailer Released

on February 28, 2017 11:49 PM

Today, Vancouver-based developer IronOak Games’ strategic roguelike RPG, For The King, hits PC and Mac via Steam Early Access. And to celebrate, the developer has released an early access launch trailer.

Never heard of For the King? No problem, here’s an overview courtesy of the game’s Steam page:

The King is dead, murdered by an unknown assailant. Now the once peaceful kingdom of Fahrul is in chaos.

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. Set off with your make-shift party, either single player, local, or online co-op. Choose to split your party up and cover more ground, or stick together for protection. A sound strategy can mean the difference between life and death.

For The King is a challenging blend of Strategy, JRPG Combat, and Roguelike elements. Each play through is made unique with procedural maps, quests, and events. Brave the relentless elements, fight the wicked creatures, sail the seas and delve into the dark underworld. None before you have returned from their journey. Will you be the one to put an end to the Chaos?

Fight and die as a party in fast paced and brutal turn-based combat using a unique slot system for attacks and special abilities. Find and gather herbs for your trusty pipe to heal your wounds and cure your maladies. Set up safe camps or brave the horrors that nightfall brings.

Just remember adventurer, you do this not for the riches or fame but for your village, for your realm, For The King!

The successful Kickstarted game costs $14.99 USD, but currently is available with a 15% discount. Below, you can check out the new trailer:

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