Alaloth – Champions of The Four Kingdoms is a new cRPG, coming to the PC in 2020

All in! Games has announced a new partnership with Gamera Interactive, bringing another dimension of resources to the production and distribution of Alaloth РChampions of The Four Kingdoms, the studio’s upcoming project. Alaloth РChampions of The Four Kingdoms is a high-fantasy RPG set in a dark world inspired by the darkest period of The Middle Ages.

Alaloth – Champions of The Four Kingdoms will take players to a vibrant fantasy world created with the support of the RPG legend Chris Avellone. The game lets players explore a fully realized ARPG landscape that is a mixture of old school classics and modern action games.

Alaloth has been shown at several events already, to great acclaim, winning prizes including Best Game Overall (Infogamer 2018), Best Indie Game (SGC 2018) and Visual Excellence (Reboot Develop Blue 2019). In February, All in! Games will showcase Alaloth in their booth at PAX East 2020 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Alberto Belli, CEO of Gamera Interactive, said:

“Alaloth is Gamera Interactive’s flagship project and partnering with such a great partner and respected publisher as All in! Games will be invaluable to its success. They loved the game right from the very first pitch at GamesCom. All in! Games really respects our vision and, along the way, they will be able to provide the resources we didn’t have access to, turning Alaloth into a bigger and better game.”

Piotr ?ygad?o, COO of All in! Games, added:

“We are thrilled to be working together with Gamera Interactive. We want to help Gamera Interactive reach the full potential of Alaloth, which has a strong foundation in the fact that the lore is incredibly rich and Chris Avellone has been involved in the project. We plan to make Alaloth an amazing game together.”


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