Dungeons & Dragons is back in video games with Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance, a title developed in-house by Tuque Games, a studio owned by Wizards of the Coast. As planned, the title has hit stores for current and previous generation consoles, as well as for PC. Its premiere is accompanied by a cinematic launch trailer, which you can see below these lines. It does not show gameplay, but it does show the protagonists of the adventure in action.
This new production takes us to control some of the most famous characters in the work of RA Salvatore, so we will have the opportunity to put ourselves in the shoes of Drizzt Do’Urden, Catti-brie, Bruenor Battlehammer y Wulfgar. Either alone or thanks to its online cooperative mode, we will launch into the battlefield in order to defeat the forces of evil. We are facing an action title with certain role-playing touches, although the objective is to crush the enemies and overcome the 21 available levels.
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New expansion and more news
From Tuque Games they have already cleared their post-launch roadmap, which goes through a series of free and paid DLC packs. The first of these will arrive in summer and will expand the adventure with new levels, will implement the local cooperative mode (maximum two people; four in the online mode) and more, as well as the second free downloadable content. Additionally, the Echoes of Blood War expansion will be released at the end of the year.
Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance is available from this June 22 at PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S y PC. The game has improvements in the new machines, as well as a free update for all those who purchase the product on previous systems and decide to switch consoles soon.
Source | Tuque games