The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death – Yet Another Isometric RPG Gets A Kickstarter Campaign

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And here comes yet another isometric-3D CRPG that promises to hook us up like no other game. Developed by Autoloot Games, The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death promises to be a 3D-isometric, turn-based computer RPG with an amazing epic history and a fresh dynamic turn-based combat.
We should note that Autoloot Games is an indie studio formed by veteran industry game developers from Ubisoft, Gameloft, or Funcom to name a few, that have participated in the development of games such as Age of Conan, Warhammer Online, Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell, Heroes of Sparta 2 or Prince of Persia among many others.
The Dark Triad: Dragon’s Death aims 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, 8 different cool classes, a brand new skills & specialty system, hundreds of quests & side quests, with non-boring intriguing dialogues, a vast map available for exploration, a nice variety of enemies, pets and Sacred Guardians to assist players in the heat of the battle., fully detailed characters and environments in 3D, items system with thousands of combinations and unique artifacts and epic Achievements.
Those interested can back this project up by visiting its Kickstarter page. The game’s campaign aims to raise £80K in 31 days, and all tiers will get a DRM-free copy of it.

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