Devil May Cry Board Game Coming Soon To Kickstarter
Another video game is getting the board game treatment! This time, Steamforged Games and Capcom team up to bring Devil May Cry fans a beautifully designed board game that takes after their most recent entry that hit the market last month. Introducing Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace, the team translates the stylish fun in Capcom’s latest hit to a tabletop experience. Coming soon to Kickstarter, fans can get a head-start on tier rewards before it hits stores. Check out a sneak peek at the entire display:
From their award-winning creation of Dark Souls: The Board Game, Steamforged Games undoubtedly a leading name in the resurgence of board game experiences in recent years. In addition to the aforementioned, the team released other tabletop adventures with well-known series such as Horizon Zero Dawn and Resident Evil 2, which knocked their stretch goals out of the ballpark with a total over $860-thousand dollars. That’s incredible. Hoping to add another to your collection? Here’s the official synopsis for Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace:
Devil May Cry™: The Bloody Palace is an easy to learn, fast-paced, and dynamic experience where style counts for everything. Take control of one of Devil May Cry™’s iconic demon hunters, Dante, Nero, Trish, or even the newest addition to the series, the mysterious V. Players will be trying to outscore each other by building the most impressive attack combos and achieving the highest style rank. Featuring all of the adrenalin-fueled intensity that fans new and old will remember, we couldn’t be more thrilled for players around the world to experience our next video game adaptation for the tabletop!”
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Devil May Cry: The Bloody Palace launches on Kickstarter this Spring.
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