Kalypso Media UK and Akella announced that the latest chapter in the much-loved Disciples series of turn-based tactical RPGs – Disciples III: Resurrection launched on 7th October across the UK and European territories.
In Disciples III: Resurrection, players will be returned to the mythical land of Nevendaar, where they must lead the Undead Hordes, a menagerie of fallen beasts and heroes who are now walking dead and are exacting their revenge in the name of their dark Goddess of death, Mortis. The game will feature the trademark art style that makes Disciples III: Renaissance a hit with fans, and introduce dozens of new units, multiple heroes and a massive campaign.
Disciples III: Resurrection, the sequel to fantasy turn-based tactical RPG, Disciples III: Renaissance, returns players to the magical land of Nevendaar where the player is now challenged to lead an army of the walking dead. Fallen heroes and monsters will be under your control, as they exact revenge in the name of their dark Goddess – Mortis.
Players will be challenged to defeat their enemies via dark magic, brute force and courage. Disciples III: Resurrection will offer players more than 70 hours of tactical gameplay, new heroes, new units and new challenges in the form of a massive undead horde.
Disciples III: Resurrection features a new race – The Undead Hordes, huge campaign with over 70 hours of gameplay to keep players immersed in the world of Disciples, more than 50 new units, plus two new storyline characters and four leaders for the Undead Hordes, as well as a distinct game world and story.
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