Legends Of Dawn unveiled; Fantasy RPG Action Adventure that comes out in Q4 2011 on the PC

Dreamatrix has just unveiled their upcoming  Fantasy RPG Action Adventure, Legends Of Dawn. The game promises to feature a vast continent with more than a hundred unique locations like ancient dwarven ruins, mysterious dungeons, stunning bridges overlooking realistic waterfalls and spectacular canyons that call for exploration. It will be a third person game and is set in the brutal northerly reaches of Narr.
Legends Of Dawn offers players the possibility of creative skill combination, joining any of the nine schools of magic and creating a unique fighting style, that would help in mission solving and staying alive. Over a hundred different opponents lurk, and they change tactics depending on the weather and time of day (daylight or night), guaranteeing constant surprises. In the face of such adversity, the player can offer sacrifices to the gods and have a divine ally.
Solve numerous quests or minigames, and uncover all the secrets hiding within Legends Of Dawn.
“Legends Of Dawn – Keeper’s of Twegg” is a novel written by S.E. Archer that tells the story of a dwarven sorceress whose life fell into disarray the day she rescued a human from death at the hands of the elves. But her existence is a thorn in the flesh of the Order of Dredh, who seek to hide at all costs that Twegg is a peice of the ancient Dawn and will destroy anyone who threatens to reassemble it.
Journey with the hero in search for justice and retribution in the epic PC RPG or chill back with the intriguing novel – Keepers of Twegg.
Dreamatrix will release Legends Of Dawn PC RPG and the book Legends of Dawn: Keepers of Twegg in the fourth quarter of 2011. The company has also promised to release a multiplayer mode, as well as the Dreamatrix Editor modding toolset.

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