Autoloot Games has revealed its new title, The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death. The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death is a 3D isometric RPG computer game, where the company has created its own combat and AI system from scratch, and the same goes for the story, as we can see in the game intro video that was also released (and can be viewed below).
Autoloot Games’ developers have worked on a lot of video-games, including Age of Conan, Warhammer Online, Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell, Heroes of Sparta 2, RuneScape, Social Empires, Social Wars, Dragon City, Dark Warriors, and other minor PC, DS, Wii and Xbox 360 games.
The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death promises to feature a deep history with unexpected twists and many secrets to uncover, brutal and bloody turn-based combats with a brand new system where you define the degree of action & strategy and the speed of battles, 4 different classes, a brand new skills & specialty system, as well as hundreds of quests & side quests, with non-boring intriguing dialogues.
The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death will also offer a vast map for you to enjoy during tens of hours, an incredible host of enemies for you to slash & crush, pets and Sacred Guardians to assist you in the heat of the battle, fully detailed characters and environments in 3D, items system with thousands of combinations and unique artifacts, and more than 5000 achievements.
The game is planned for release on PC and X360, though no release date has been given as of yet. The team also plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign for it at a later date.
Enjoy some early screenshots from it – as well as its intro video.
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