Sinister RPG now available worldwide!
Time to go rogue…..
Calling all bandits, Blackguards, the sinister turn based RPG by Hamburg-based publisher Daedalic Entertainment is now available worldwide via Steam and GOG for PC and Mac.
Players who purchased Blackguards via the Steam Early Access Program will receive an automatic update including the full version of the game. This will also include new features implemented as a result of feedback collected throughout the time the game was in Early Access.
For players who would like to get a taste of the game, Daedalic Entertainment have released a free demo containing the first chapter of the game:
Blackguards is available now for PC and Mac for the RRP of £29.99 for the Standard Edition and £44.99 for the Collector’s Edition.
What happens when the only hope of a threatened world lies not with heroes in shining armour but in the hands of a band of misfits and criminals? Blackguards – the new turn-based RPG by Daedalic Entertainment explores this very question. The player takes on the role of a convicted murderer, who with the help of a team of more than questionable characters must save the world from a dark menace. During the wild chase throughout the South of Aventuria, the world of The Dark Eye, there is more to fight than vicious creatures – chapter by chapter a story full of intrigue and surprising twists unfolds. But when life and death are in the player’s hands, how far will they go to reach their goals?
The first turn-based RPG by Daedalic Entertainment unites the studios high standard of a suspenseful storytelling and unique characters with gripping battles in elaborately crafted 3D-environments. In taxing campaigns the player takes part in a dark story full of doubt, betrayal and loss.
Whether the player chooses to go into battle as a mighty warrior, a clever wizard or a skillful hunter, the first battle isn’t far away. Over 180 individually crafted battle maps full of interactive objects and strategically complex situations lead the player to exotic locations and put them through deadly trials.