bitComposer and Games Farm announced today the release of Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms for PC as a digital download or in an elaborately designed retail box at a price of €29.99 (RRP). In addition, players who purchase Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms through Steam during the first week of the release will receive a 20% discount.
Peter Nagy, CEO of Games Farm, said:
“We are delighted to finally be able to deliver Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms, the official successor to Kult: Heretic Kingdoms. It has been a thrilling journey from the Early Access launch to the official release. We’ve been working closely with the constantly growing community for months. Their feedback was very important to us and ultimately helped us to turn Shadows into a fantastic action role-playing experience.”
Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms is the next chapter in the Heretic Kingdoms saga and takes place 20 years after the events of Kult: Heretic Kingdoms. It’s an epic adventure with challenging gameplay, a gripping storyline and enchanting graphics.
In this isometric action RPG, the player takes on the role of the Devourer, a demon that swallows the souls of the dead and then brings them back into the mortal realm as his puppets. It’s up to him to either thwart a major threat and save the world, or to plunge it into complete disaster…
Here are the key features of Shadows: Heretic Kingdoms:
-Switch between the shadow world and the human world
-Extensive freedom of choice, affecting the course of the game
-Dynamic day-night cycle and detailed location designs
-Gripping storyline in a world full of myths, destinies and legendary creatures
-Unique party system
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