Great news for all Game of Thrones fans as the RPG – that is being developed by Cyanide – is currently available for pre-purchase on Steam. Although Focus Home Interactive has not revealed any specific release date for it – apart from an ‘early June’ date, the game’s Steam page has a fixed date for it. Game of Thrones RPG is currently slated for a June 1st release, though that might be a simple placeholder. We’ll contact Focus Home Interactive to find more about it.
Offering a brand new story developed with creative input from Martin himself, Game of Thrones is a stunning action role-playing game that throws fans into a rich, fantasy environment as they engage in a heart-pounding quest for the famous Iron Throne.
Playing as either Mors, Sworn Brother of the Night’s Watch, or Alester, a Red Priest in search of redemption, players can expect to visit familiar locations from Westeros, such as The Wall and the famous King’s Landing, while well-known faces you’ll encounter include Queen Cersei, Varys the Spider and Jeor Mormont, Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch.
In Game of Thrones, players have full control of their character’s development; choose your character’s class, find your fighting style, develop a balance between your strengths and weaknesses, and take part in epic battles. Find, buy or loot new equipment and weapons to fit your fighting style, and gain experience to improve your abilities. Likewise, political skills can be every bit as lethal as a sharpened sword, so never underestimate the power of a silver tongue when it comes to solving a critical situation.
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